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In July of 1984 McLean became the last town on historic Route 66 in Texas
to be bypassed by the new Interstate Highway I-40.
Motel & Restaurant
E. Route 66
This complex spans the block between east and west bound Route 66 on the east side of McLean. It includes two ... read more
717 First St.
About all that can be made out on this old neon sign is the word "Court" indicating that at one time there was a motor court ... read more
First St. at McCarty
This old Gulf station stands on the east end of town. The remnants of the sign still more or less spell out GULF ... read more
E. First St.
This Rattlesnakes sign is from the former E. Mike Allred's Rattlesnake Ranch in Lela. It was moved here after being blown down in a ... read more
66 Church of Christ
First St. at Kingsley St.
This little 1924 church building sits across the intersection from the Devils Rope Museum ... read more
100 S. Kingsley St.
I'm guessing that most people have no idea how many types of barbed wire there are, but this is the place to find out ... read more
315 E. Railroad St.
Closed, next to Devil's Rope Museum. The cafe faces the eastbound Route 66 ... read more
120 E. First St.
This gas station garage building has seen many operators over the years including Panhandle Gas, Texaco, Humble and Exxon, etc. ... read more
119 E. First St.
Odell Mantooth operated this former Chevron station and garage from 1945 to 1981. There is a Hotrod Haven mural on the side of the station ... read more
113 E. First St.
Check out all the murals along First St. The set on this little building make it look like an old fashioned barber shop ... read more
116 W. First St.
If this building looks a bit odd, it's probably because half of it was torn down after a fire. But in the 1930's ... read more
119 E. Railroad St.
A one block side trip takes you to this 1955 station, built after Route 66 was split into east and westbound streets in ... read more
218 W. First St.
This cottage style gas station was built in 1929. It was the first Phillips 66 station in the state of Texas and the first restored ... read more
First at Gray St.
This monument to the Ten Commandments was erected in 2006. It is on the NW corner across from the Phillips 66 ... read more
Motor Company Garage
302 W. First St.
The Guyton Motor Company provided 24 hour towing and repair services from 1950's to the mid-1990's. ... read more
101 Pine St.
On the west end of Mclean you come to the former West Wind Motel where the east and westbound alignments merge ... read more
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