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Stroud, OK

The original 1926 Route 66 runs right through downtown Stroud. There are a number of historic buildinga along Main St.
xShoe Tree
3750 E Highway 66
Ever wonder where old shoes go when they retire? This is the place! It's just east of Stroud and about 6 miles west of ... read more
xLincoln County Express
East Route 66
This very cool old kids amusement ride train from the mid-70s sits a few hundred yards east of Graham Road ... read more
xGlen Mae Motel
111 E. Main St.
This is the former Glen Mae Motel and later the Holiday Motel on the east side of Stroud ... read more
xRock Cafe
114 W. Main St.
The Rock Cafe has been serving locals and travelers since the late 1930s. It's a favorite amoung the Route 66 crowd ... read more
xStroud Trading Building
201 W. Main
This building was built in 1901. The second floor was originally a lodge hall and opera house but became a ... read more
xBurford Bldg Coca Cola Mural
214 W. Main
The 1904 Burford Building has served many business over the years and now sports a cool Coca Cola mural ... read more
xMensch Building
218 W. Main St,
W. A. Mensch who was in the plumbing and tin-smithing business completed this neat old building in 1922 ... read more
xHotel Lincoln
323 Main
This building was originally Moss and Ingalls Drug Store. until 1924 when it was expanded and became the Hotel Lincoln ... read more
xMural, Stroud in 1898
501 W. Main St.
Long before Route 66 came along railroads were playing a critical role in the growth of the west and it was no ... read more
xSkyliner Motel
717 W. Main St.
This mid century roadside motel has an outstanding neon sign, might be worth staying here just see it lit ... read more
xSooner Motel
412 N. 8th Ave.
The former Goff's Motel is on the west side of town a block or so north of Route 66. In 2016 this was the Sooner Motel ... read more
xOzark Trail Marker
County Rd. #E0890 & N3540 Rd.
This part of the Ozark Trail became part of Route 66 in 1926. It includes not just the Obelisk but also ... 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.