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Route 66 runs right through Sayre. There are a few interesting old highway
related buildings and a large historic district. The 1926 alignment turned
west on main street, but the 1930s alignment, which is in use today, heads
south across the river on 4th street.
315 NE Hwy 66 (2nd Street & Old 66)
This was a state of the art roadside motel in the 1960s and its
outstanding neon sign still offers a great photo opportunity ...
NE Hwy 66 at 3rd
This fun and whinsical "Root 66" mural NE Route 66 makes
a great spot for a photo op ... read
Deco Post Office
201 N. 4th St. (Route 66)
The 1938 Classical Revival style post office is part of the Downtown
Historical District in Sayre ... read
Side trip: One block west to 5th and Main to see the 1934 Champlin
5th & Main
The 1934 Champlin station began as just couple a of garage bays
for a small station and grew into this by ... read
Note: Turn around and head east across 4th to to see the Stoval
Theater and the courthouse.
210 E. Main Street
The Stovall opened in 1950, and seems to have stopped showing movies
in the 1970s. It has been significantly restored in recent years
... read more
Back on 66: Turn around again and head back to 4th street and
then south on 4th across the river.
Road West of Sayre
West of Sayre to I-40
Old abandoned lanes of a four lane section that reverted to a two
lane highway. Another old road photo op ... read
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