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Route 66 - Texas

Featured Points of Interest

    Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café, Shamrock

    The Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café is located along historic Route 66 in Shamrock. Built in 1936 by J. M. Tindall and R. C. Lewis at the cost of $23,000, this gem of a building got its start in the dust when John Nunn drew his idea for the station on the ground with an old nail. Plans ...

    U.S. Route 66-Sixth Street Historic District, Amarillo

    The U.S. Route 66-Sixth Street Historic District comprises 13 blocks of commercial development in the San Jacinto Heights Addition west of Amarillo’s central business district. It runs along an east-west axis through a grid system of streets between Georgia and Forrest Avenues. Developed as an early 20th century streetcar ...

    Vega Motel, Vega

    Prior to Route 66’s designation in 1926, the town of Vega in the western portion of the Texas Panhandle was primarily an agricultural community. A segment of the Ozark Trail connected Vega to Amarillo, Texas and Tucumcari, New Mexico. When Route 66 was created, this road became part of the national highway. The ...

Cities Along Historic Texas Route 66

(from east to west)
    Shamrock
    McLean
    Alanreed
    Jericho
    Groom
    Conway
    Amarillo
    Bushland
    Wildorado
    Vega
    Adrian
    Gruhlkey
    Boise
    Glenrio (Texas side)

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