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Sapulpa, OK

Just a short cruise down old Route 66 from Tulsa you come to Sapulpa. West of town you get the chance to drive a bit on the Ozark Trail which became Route 66 in 1926.
xTribute to Sapulpa Industry and Workers
Route 66 at Frankoma Rd.
This is an interesting sculpture honoring local industries and the men and women that worked in those ... read more
xHappy Burger
215 N. Mission St.
This opened in 1957 as a Tastee Freez franchise and changed to Happy burger during the ... read more
xTulsa-Sapulpa Union Railroad Company
701 E. Dewey Ave
The Sapulpa Trolley Co started in 1918 went out of business in 1933 but the trolley to Tulsa contined until 1960 by ... read more
xCreek County Courthouse
222 E. Dewey Ave
The 1915 courthouse stands in front of a park with a grandstand for concerts in the summer ... read more
xSapulpa Historical Society
100 E. Lee Ave.
The 1910 Wills Building was originally built as a hotel and now houses the Sapulpa Historical Museum ... read more
xWaite Phillips Service Station
26 E. Lee Ave.
This 1923 filling station was built by Waite Phillips and was restored by the Sapulpa Historical Society ... read more
xBox Car BBQ
918 W. Dewey Ave.
This former gas station sits on the south side of the road just before the Heart of the Route 66 Auto Museum ... read more
xHeart of the Route 66 Auto Museum
13 Sahoma Lake Road
The museum is located in the former 45th Armory building. They have a 66-foot-tall vintage gas pump out front ... read more
x1926 Route 66 / Ozark Trail
Junction of Ozark Trail of Highway 66
This road was constructed in 1924-1925 to connect the Sapulpa to Bristow and became Route 66 in ... read more
xRock Creek Bridge
(east of 117 on W Ozark Trail.)
When Bridge #18 was built in 1924 it served the Ozark Trail for two years before Route 66 was designated ... read more
xTeepee Drive-In Theater
1705 West Ozark Trail (old Route 66)
Once upon a time up to 400 cars loaded with movie lovers could gather here for ... read more

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x About Us We started traveling Historic U.S. Route 66 as a destination in 2009. It's like a 2,400 mile long drive back in time from Chicago to Santa Monica! more
xDid You Know: Many parts of the old 4 lane Route 66 were reverted to a 2 lane road after 66 was realigned to the interstate. In many places the abandoned lanes are still there.