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Framed by a deep blue Arizona sky, two brightly colored telephone poles form the iconic twin arrows on Route Public domain. Photo by Leslie Connel

The original Lucille’s Station is located along Route 66.

The original Lucille’s Station is located along Route

A traveler passes by new and old power lines along historic U.S. Route 66 June 13, 2007 near Dwight, Illinois.

A traveler passes by new and old power lines along historic U. Route 66 June 2007 near Dwight, Illinois.

Roy's Cafe in Amboy

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Wigwam Motels

Wigwam Motels

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Route 66 in Texas  Cadillac Ranch near Amarillo

Route 66 in Texas Cadillac Ranch near Amarillo

The Route 66 Visitors' Center in Baxter Springs occupies a circa-1930 gasoline station which sold Phillips Petroleum products until 1958. In 2005, after several changes of ownership, the property was obtained by the Baxter Springs Historical Society and restored to its 1940s appearance.    The transformation was financed by private donors, as well as a grant from the National Park Service.

The Route 66 Visitors' Center in Baxter Springs occupies a gasoline station which sold Phillips Petroleum products until In the property was restored to its appearance.

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A car passes "Gemini Giant" a fiberglass spaceman which marks the location of the Launching Pad restaurant along historic U.S. Route 66 June 12, 2007 in Wilmington, Illinois. The restaurant has been serving travelers along the road since the 1960s. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) #

A car passes "Gemini Giant" a fiberglass spaceman which marks the location of the Launching Pad restaurant along historic U.S. Route 66 June 12, 2007 in Wilmington, Illinois. The restaurant has been serving travelers along the road since the 1960s. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) #

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