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Oklahoma City, OK
Like most of the larger cities on the Mother Road, many of the historic
landmarks have been demolished over the years, but there is still plenty
742 W. Britton Road
This motor court, gas station and cafe has been under renovation,
it's closed, but well worth a photo stop ... read
819 Britton Rd.
This 1937 Texaco station and garage and in the past has been used
by various companies in the years since ... read
912 Britton Rd.
This long closed theater is on the 1931 - 54 "Beltline"
alignment of Route 66. The original location of the Ritz is ...
Ford Asher Antiques
9101 N. Western Ave.
This is a significantly modified 1930s automobile dealership building.
It's been repainted covering up the murals since ... read
Trail Trading Post
9100 N. Western Ave.
All kinds of old post cards and maps could be found in this one
time garage, but it closed in 2014, nice photo op ... read
4322 Western Ave.
The very cool neon marquee and tower sign are a real attraction
on this old 1946 Art Deco style theater ... read
425 NW 23rd St.
As close as I can tell this theater is something like a cat with
nine lives. It keeps getting restored again and again ... read
1112 NW 23rd St
This 1958 building on Route 66 was one of the first to use Buckmister
Fullers geodesic dome style of ... read
2426 N Classen Blvd.
This little building with the giant milk bottle on the roof is just
around the corner from the Gold Dome ... read
3126 NW 39th St.
The Tower Courts, later known as the Tower Motel is behind a chain
link fence, but you can still see ... read
3206 NW 39th St.
A soaring canopy welcomed weary travelers to the Sun-Tide Inn. The
motel sits on what was Route 66 ... read
3600 NW 39th St
This mid-century motel has stood here since 1943, but it's huge
historic and very colorfull neon sign from 1958 is ... read
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