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Route 66 - Jasper County Courthouse, on old Rt. 66 in Carthage, Missouri. "The Fine Art Photography of Frank Romeo."

Route 66 - Jasper County Courthouse, on old Rt. 66 in Carthage, Missouri. "The Fine Art Photography of Frank Romeo."

The Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera with a EF16-35mm f/2.8L USM at ƒ/8.0 with a 1/50 second exposure at ISO 160. Processed with Adobe Lightroom 6.4 and DXO OpticsPro 11.1.0.  http://www.notleyhawkins.com/

The Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera with a EF16-35mm f/2.8L USM at ƒ/8.0 with a 1/50 second exposure at ISO 160. Processed with Adobe Lightroom 6.4 and DXO OpticsPro 11.1.0. http://www.notleyhawkins.com/

The highly photographed Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage, Missouri is listed in the National Register of Historic Places

The highly photographed Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage, Missouri is listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Boots Motel in Carthage, Missouri.

Boots Motel in Carthage, Missouri.

Carthage Missouri   - Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy @A Tale of Two Tramps

Carthage Missouri - Photo by Amy Laurel Hegy @A Tale of Two Tramps

A couple of miles northeast of Carthage,  MO and just off Route 66 is Red Oak II – a ghost town, but not really. Red Oak II was actually the brainchild of artist Lowell Davis who grew up in the "real” Red Oak,  Missouri, about 18 miles northwest of the "new” Red Oak II.  He began to buy homes and businesses from the original townsite and other rural ghost towns, painstakingly moving them to the new site and restoring them to their original "grandeur.”

A couple of miles northeast of Carthage, MO and just off Route 66 is Red Oak II – a ghost town, but not really. Red Oak II was actually the brainchild of artist Lowell Davis who grew up in the "real” Red Oak, Missouri, about 18 miles northwest of the "new” Red Oak II. He began to buy homes and businesses from the original townsite and other rural ghost towns, painstakingly moving them to the new site and restoring them to their original "grandeur.”

Dazy Apartments and Sleeping Rooms, Route 66 - Carthage, Missouri

Dazy Apartments and Sleeping Rooms, Route 66 - Carthage, Missouri

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