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Oklahoma/Kansas Stateline
Oklahoma/Kansas Stateline, south of Baxter Springs, Kansas, a city in Cherokee County, situated along the Spring River in Kansas, Baxter Springs downtown main street is part of the historic U.S. Route 66 that passes through Kansas. Historic Route #66, ran here on present day United States Route #69. It is here Historic Route #66 starts its journey into Oklahoma.
4.3
7.0
846 ft.
4th Street: Quapaw, OK
4th Street, Quapaw, Oklahoma, a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 passes through this town.
7.3
11.7
833 ft.
Junction
Junction U.S.Route #69, to Picher, Oklahoma, a city, now abandoned for fear of getting caved in to the mines under the area, in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, formerly a center of lead and zinc mining. The town is within the boundaries of the Tar Creek Superfund site. Community of Zincville, Oklahoma,
9.9
15.9
797 ft.
Commerce, IA
Historic Route #66 turns west on Commerce Street, in Commerce, Oklahoma, a city in Ottawa County, Oklahoma,
10.4
16.8
810 ft.
S Main Street: Commerce, OK
At the end of Commerce Street in Commerce, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 turns south on to South Main Street, to join United States Route #69 at North Miami, Oklahoma.
11.5
18.5
804 ft.
North Miami, OK
Newman Road, Maxum Drive, North Miami, Oklahoma, a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Miami Municipal Airport, located parallel to U.S.Route #66 historic, access from Veterans Road.
14.8
23.8
787 ft.
Junction: Miami, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #10, United States Highway #69, Historic Route #66 continues its journey on Oklahoma Highway #125, through Miami, Oklahoma, a city in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Northeastern Oklahoma A and M Jr. College, Torbert Park, Riverview Park,
15.3
24.6
751 ft.
Bridge
A bridge across Spring River carries the Historic Route #66, now Oklahoma Route #125,
15.7
25.3
764 ft.
E 110 Road / 12 Avenue SW
E110 Road / 12 Avenue SW, Welch, Oklahoma, a town in Craig County, Oklahoma, lies to the west,
17.8
28.6
807 ft.
E 130 Road
Historic Route #66 leaving Oklahoma Route #125, continues on E Street SW until it meets E 130 Road where Historic Route #66 turns west on E 120 Road to connect eventually with United States Highway #69/59 combined at the junction with E 140 Road.
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30.2
843 ft.
Access Road: Dotyville, OK
Access Road to, Dotyville, Oklahoma, a community in Ottawa County, Oklahoma,
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34.1
830 ft.
Junction : U.S. Route #69
Junction United States Route #69, Historic Route #66 rejoins this Highway here.
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35.7
843 ft.
E 150 Road: Narcissa, OK
E 150 Road, Oklahoma Highway #25, Narcissa, Oklahoma, a community in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. Bluejacket, Oklahoma, a town in Craig County, Oklahoma, lies west on State Route #25.
27.2
43.8
804 ft.
E 200 Road : Oseuma, OK
E 200 Road, Historic Route #66 turns west on E 200 Road, Community of Oseuma, Oklahoma, Fairland, Oklahoma, a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, located east of here on United States Highway #60.
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45.4
797 ft.
S 520 Road
Historic Route #66 turns south to continue on S 520 Road, to join United States Highway #69/60, just east of Afton, Oklahoma.
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50.3
787 ft.
Main Avenue: Afton, Oklahoma
Main Avenue, Afton, Oklahoma, a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 passes through the town. Abandoned Old Cabins along the Historic Route are located just west of Afton, Oklahoma.
36.3
58.4
840 ft.
Junction U.S.Route #60
Junction United States Route #60, Oklahoma Route #85, Bernice, Oklahoma, a town in Delaware County, Oklahoma, lies to the east, on Grand Lake, within Bernice State Park.
39.3
63.3
741 ft.
S 4470 Road: Success, OK
S 4470 Road, Community of Success, Oklahoma,
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65.8
735 ft.
Junction : Oklahoma Hwy #82
Junction Oklahoma Highway #82, Grand Lake Towne, Oklahoma, a town in Mayes County, Oklahoma, Cherokee State Park, located on the shores of Lake of the Cherokees.
45.1
72.5
696 ft.
Intersection I-44
Intersection Interstate Highway #44 / Will Rogers Turnpike, World's Largest McDonald's, located just southwest on Interstate Highway #44, in Vinita, Oklahoma, near Vinita Municipal Airport, a public airport located just off Interstate Highway #44.
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74.4
699 ft.
Vinita, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #2, Vinita, Oklahoma, a city in Craig County, Oklahoma, North Park, South Park, Carters Shopping Center, Craig General Hospital,
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75.4
689 ft.
Excelsior Avenue, Vinita, OK
Excelsior Avenue, E269 Road, to the World's Largest McDonlad's, located on an arch over the Interstate Highway #44, near Vinita Municipal Airport,
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80.7
719 ft.
Junction : U.S. Route #69
Historic Route #66 continues westwards on U.S.Route #60, while U.S.Route #69 takes diversion from the Historic Route.
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82.7
728 ft.
U.S.Route #60
Historic Route #66 continues its run on Oklahoma Highway #66, while U.S.Route #66 departs and runs northwesterly.
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85.3
771 ft.
Main Street: White Oak, OK
Main Street, White Oak, Oklahoma, a town located on State Highway 66, (Old Historic Route #66) in Craig County, Oklahoma,
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97.4
768 ft.
S 4290 Road: Reservoir
S 4290 Road, to, Oknoname 131013 Reservoir,
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103.7
719 ft.
Chelsea, OK
Oklahoma Route #28 / 6th Street, Chelsea, Oklahoma, a town in Rogers County, Oklahoma, Chelsea Tag Agency, A 1926 iron girder bridge over Pryor Creek near Chelsea, Oklahoma which was a portion of Historic Route 66, was vacated following opening of the dual highway section. Historic Route #66 passes through Chelsea, Oklahoma. Pryor Creek Watershed site 24 Reservoir, lies to the east, and to the west lies Chelsea Reservoir.
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108.8
751 ft.
E360 Road: Howard, OK
E360 Road, Community of Howard, Oklahoma,
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113.7
764 ft.
S 4218 Road: Bushyhead, Ok
S 4218 Road, Community of Bushyhead, Oklahoma, Oknoname 131010 Reservoir,
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117.1
751 ft.
E400 Road: Totem Pole Park
E 400 Road, Totem Pole Park, The worlds largest totem pole, located east of Foyil, Oklahoma on Oklahoma State Route 28A, Adair, Oklahoma, a town in Mayes County, Oklahoma,
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117.3
751 ft.
Edgewater Road: oologah Lake
Edgewater Road/6th Street, Foyil, Oklahoma, a town in Rogers County, Oklahoma, Blue Creek Cave, located on E390 Road west of Foyil, Oklahoma, on the eastern shore of Oologah Lake,
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125.1
682 ft.
Sequoyah, OK
S4180 Road, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, a community in Rogers County, Oklahoma,
80.0
128.7
650 ft.
NE Bernie Road : Lake Claremore
NE Bernie Road, S4170 Road to, Lake Claremore, a lake located just northeast of Claremore, Oklahoma,
81.8
131.7
636 ft.
NJM Davis Blvd
Historic Route #66 switches over to NJM Davis Boulevard by taking a right turn on to NJM Davis Boulevard at Claremore, Oklahoma.
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133.8
600 ft.
Claremore, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway 388/20, Claremore, Oklahoma, a city in Rogers County, Oklahoma, Claremore Regional Hospital, JM Davis Arms & Historical, Clarence-Indian Hospital, USphs Clarence Indian Hospital, Will Rogers Memorial, Rogers State College/Rogers State University, Claremore Assembly of God, Historic Route #66 passes through the city of Claremore, Oklahoma,
88.7
142.7
623 ft.
Intersection
Intersection Oklahoma Highway #266, a Road connecting with Interstate highway #44 on the east.
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144.9
610 ft.
Verdigris, OK
S 4110 Road, Community of Verdigris, Oklahoma, located along the Historic Route #66,
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147.6
571 ft.
Yonkipin Drive: Lake
Yonkipin Drive, Yonkipin Lake, Rogers Landing Public Use Area, The Tulsa Port of Catoosa, the largest port in Oklahoma, located near the city of Catoosa in Rogers County, just inside the municipal fenceline of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
94.0
151.3
594 ft.
Apache Street/E Rice Street
Apache Street, E Rice Street, an Old Bridge that carried Historic Route #66 stands here unused as the Route had been re-aligned.
94.6
152.2
571 ft.
E Ford Street: Cartoosa, OK
A left turn on to E Ford Street, at Community of Cartoosa, Oklahoma, and a right turn on Present day S Cherokee Street, which is the Old Historic Route #66.
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155.2
636 ft.
Junction Oklahoma Hwy #167
A right turn on Oklhoma Highway #167, and straight on to S 193rd Avenue E, in Catoosa, Oklahoma, a river city in Rogers and Wagoner counties in Oklahoma. The Port of Catoosa is the farthest inland seaport in the United States. Indian Hills Country Club lies along the Route.
96.8
155.7
640 ft.
Intersection I-44
Intersection Interstate Highway #44, Rolling Hills Shopping Center, To the west lies Tulsa, Oklahoma,
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157.4
636 ft.
E11th
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157.4
636 ft.
E11th Street
Historic Route takes a Left turn on to E11th Street, Commnunity of Towe Heights, Oklahoma, Harvey Young Airport, East Port Addition, Community of Plane View Heights, Oklahoma, located along the Historic Route #66 to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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165.0
663 ft.
Intersection OK Hwy #66
Intersection Oklahoma Highway #66/Interstate Hwy #44, Community of Western Village, Oklahoma, Brookhaven Hospital, Community of Plane View Heights, Community of Oakbrook Village, Oklahoma, Community of Columbus, Oklahoma.
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167.0
627 ft.
S Mingo Road
A right turn to S Mingo Road near Rosewood Shopping Center, to E Admiral PI, where Historic Route Turns left, Eastgate Shopping Center, Walplum Shopping Center located along E Admiral PI.
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176.5
748 ft.
S Lewis Avenue
S Lewis Avenue, Turn left on to S Lewis Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma, along the Route lies The University of Tulsa, a private university, historically affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium, a stadium in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the campus of the University of Tulsa. The Michael D. Case Tennis Center, a tennis arena on the campus of the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hardesty Sports and Recreation Complex, Hurricane Track,
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178.0
741 ft.
Tulsa, Ok
Historic Route #66 takes a right turn to rejoin E 11th Street S, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma, the second-largest city in Oklahoma. Hillcrest Medical Center, Parkside Inc. Hospital, University of Tulsa,
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180.6
719 ft.
S Boston Avenue
S Boston Avenue, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Center of the Universe, Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, The Brady Theater, Cain's Ballroom, a music venue in Tulsa, OK. Tulsa Country Club, ONEOK Field, a new baseball park in Tulsa, Oklahoma, located in the historic Greenwood district adjacent to downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma,
112.7
181.3
696 ft.
W12th Street/Southwest Blvd
W12th Street / Southwest Boulevard, near here the Historic Route #66 crosses the Arkansas River, Oklahoma State University Medical Center, College of Osteopathic Medicine at Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma Area Health Education,
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187.4
679 ft.
Red Fork, OK
Red Fork, Oklahoma, a community in Southwest Tulsa. It is famous for being the location of the first oil well in Tulsa County,
117.9
189.7
719 ft.
Gilcrease Expressway
Gilcrease Expressway, Interstate Highway #44, Zarrow Regional Library, Oknoname 14306 Reservoir, Tulsa Community College, Townwest Shopping Center,
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191.1
758 ft.
S Garnett Road: Red Fork, OK
S Garnett Road, Red Fork, Oklahoma, a community in Southwest Tulsa. It is famous for being the location of the first oil well in Tulsa County, Town West Shopping Center, Parthenia Number 3 Reservoir, Oaks Country Club,
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192.4
748 ft.
Oakhurst, OK
Community of Oakhurst, Oklahoma, Tulsa Community College,
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195.5
774 ft.
Bowden, OK
W 69th Street S, Historic Route #66, continues on Frankoma Road/Old State Highway #66, Community of Bowden, Oklahoma,
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203.0
728 ft.
Oklahoma 117A: Sapulpa, OK
Oklahoma 117A, Sapulpa, Oklahoma, a city in Creek and Tulsa counties in Oklahoma. Historic Route #66 takes a right turn on to E Dewey Avenue. St. John Sapulpa Hospital, Rock Creek Shopping Center,
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204.4
715 ft.
Sapulpa, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #97 / United States Highway #75, Rock Creek Shopping Center, Kelly's Lane Park, Sapulpa, Oklahoma, a city in Creek and Tulsa counties in Oklahoma.
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206.3
673 ft.
W Ozark Trail
To continue on Historic Route #66, Turn Right on to W Ozark Trail, which later joins Oklahoma Highway #66, near the Junction of State Route #33,
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810 ft.
W 141st Street S
W 141st Street S, Creek County OSU Extension, Oknoname 037025 Reservoir lie nearby.
135.3
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755 ft.
Kellyville, OK
Buffalo Avenue, Kellyville, Oklahoma, a town in Creek County, Oklahoma, Kellyville Lake, Heyburn Lake, Lake Heyburn State Park, lie west of Kellyville, Oklahoma, off Old Historic Route #66.
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226.5
810 ft.
W 171st Street
Historic Route #66 takes a right turn from Oklahoma Highway #66, and rejoins the Oklahoma Route #66 after a few miles.
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231.4
945 ft.
Grauvel Road
Grauvel Road, Waterfowl Refuge,
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235.7
866 ft.
Junction
Junction Oklahoma Highway #48, Little Deep Fork Creek Site 35 Reservoir, Little Deep Fork Creek Site 33 Reservoir, Oknoname 037026 Reservoir,
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239.8
801 ft.
Turner Turnpike
Turner Turnpike/Interstate Highway #44, just north of Bristow, Oklahoma,
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814 ft.
Bristow, OK
Junction Oklahoma Route #16/48, Bristow, Oklahoma, a city in Creek County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 runs through the city. Here it turns right on W4th Avenue, and then left to S Roland Street. Bristow Medical Center, Lake Massena, Klinger Smith Park, located in Bristow, Oklahoma,
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246.9
817 ft.
Access: Pulaski, OK
Access Road to, Community of Pulaski, Oklahoma, E0830 Road, Bristow Road, Jones Memorial Airport, a public airport located southwest of Bristow, Oklahoma, along Okhaloma Route #66/Old Historic U.S.Route #66.
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248.6
801 ft.
S 417th W Avenue: Reservoir
S 417th W Avenue, Little Deep Fork Creek Site 28 Reservoir, Salt Camp Creek Site 4 Reservoir, Little Deep Fork Creek Site 27 Reservoir to the north.
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253.0
810 ft.
Depew, OK
Flynn Avenue, Depew, Oklahoma, a town in Creek County, Oklahoma, located along the Oklahoma Route #66, Little Deep Fork Creek Site 20 Reservoir,
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259.1
889 ft.
Milfay Road: Oak Lake Trails
Milfay Road / N3620 Road, to, Shamrock, Oklahoma, a town in Creek County, Oklahoma, Oak Lake Trails, S 513th W Avenue, Milfay, Oklahoma, a small community in Creek County, Oklahoma, located along Historic Route #66.
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266.6
827 ft.
Old Route to: Stroud, OK
A slight right turn to a parallel to Oklahoma Highway #66, is Old Historic Route #66, This Road rejoins the Oklahoma Route #66 at the main Street, Stroud, Ok.
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269.9
879 ft.
Stroud, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #99, United States Route #377, Stroud, Oklahoma, a city in Creek and Lincoln counties in Oklahoma. Old Historic U.S.Route #66 passed through Stroud, Oklahoma. Stroud Regional Medical Center,
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853 ft.
Davenport, OK
Broadway Avenue, Davenport, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Kendrick, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, lies to the north along N3503 Road/N3500 Road.
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291.8
945 ft.
Chandler, Oklahoma
Chandler, Oklahoma, a city in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, located east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on U.S. Route #66 and Interstate 44, Indian Spring Park, Route #66 Interpretive Center lies on the E1st Street in Chandler, Oklahoma, Museum of Pioneer History,
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293.3
843 ft.
Junction
Junction Oklahoma Highway #18, Midlothian, Oklahoma, a small community in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Sparks, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma and Community of Payson, Oklahoma, located nearby.
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304.7
850 ft.
Lincoln Avenue: Warwick, OK
Lincoln Avenue, Warwick, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, located between the Historic Route #66 and Interstate Highway #44,
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305.9
843 ft.
Intersection : U.S. Route #177
Intersection United States Route #177, Quapaw Creek Site 32 Reservoir, Rossville, Oklahoma, a small rural community in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Community of Jacktown, Oklahoma, located on U.S.Route #177. To the north lies Sweethome, Oklahoma, a small community in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Carney, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma,
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307.9
902 ft.
Connector: I-44
Connecting Road with Intertate Highway #44 / Turner Turnpike,
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309.2
961 ft.
Wellston, OK
Historic Route #66 turns right on to State Highway 66B, and passes through Wellston, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Trinity Southern Baptist Church,
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311.0
906 ft.
Ash Avenue, Wellston, OK
Ash Avenue, in Wellston, Oklahoma, Take a left turn on to State Highway #66B, to continue traveling on the Historic Route #66, which merges with Oklahoma State Highway #66 at the junction with Oklahoma State Highway #102 southwest of Wellston, OK,
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319.2
1027 ft.
N Pottawatomie Road
N Pottawatomie Road, to, Fallis, Oklahoma, a town in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, Bear Fall Coon Creek Site 19 Reservoir lies nearby.
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324.0
892 ft.
N Luther Road: Luther, OK
N Luther Road, Luther, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Luther Library, City Park,
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328.8
935 ft.
N Indian Meridian Road
N Indian Meridian Road, Community of Cougar Ridge, Oklahoma, Oknoname 15 Reservoir, Bear Fall Coon Creek Site 32 Reservoir,
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333.2
981 ft.
John's Route #66 Museum
Access to, a small museum, John's Route #66 Museum Easy Rider, located just off Historic Route #66,
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965 ft.
N Hiwassee Road: Jones, OK
N Hiwassee Road, Lake Hiwassee, Jones, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Hillcrest Floral Gardens, Hillcrest Memory Gardens, Mary Mahoeney Reservoir, Community of Green Pastures, Oklahoma, Spencer, Oklahoma, a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma,
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336.7
965 ft.
N Division: Arcadia, OK
N Division, Arcadia, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, An 1898 Round Barn, located along the Historic Route #66 stands restored, here in Arcadia, Oklahoma.
211.6
340.6
1070 ft.
Access: Park Office
Access to, Arcadia Lake Park Office, Arcadia Lake, a reservoir in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, located along Historic Route #66, This lake is meant for control floods in the Deep Fork River Basin, supply water to the city of Edmond, Oklahoma and provide recreational resources to the surrounding communities.
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345.6
1073 ft.
Intersection I-35
Intersection Interstate Highway #35, United States Highway #77, Life Chuch tv Edmond Campus, Guthrie, Oklahoma, a city in Logan County, Oklahoma, lies north along United States Highway #77, Guthrie Edmond Regional Airport. Lake Aluma, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Forest Park, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, located south along Interstate Highway #35. Historic Route #66 travels straight on Edmond Road/U.S.Route #77, while the Present day U.S.Route #66 turns left at this intersection towards Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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349.0
1158 ft.
S Bryant Avenue: Edmond, OK
S Bryant Avenue, Edmond, Oklahoma, a city (sixth largest in the state) in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Edmond Medical Center, South Fink Park, Putt-A-Round, Edmond Speciality Hospital, University of Central Oklahoma,
218.0
350.9
1201 ft.
S Broadway/U.S.Route #77
S Broadway/U.S.Route #77, Historic Route #66 turns left on S Broadway in Edmond, Oklahoma.
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352.6
1184 ft.
W 15th Street: Hospital
W15th Street, Foundation Surgical Hospital of Oklahoma, Westbrook Shopping Center, Kelly Park, Community of Stoneridge, Oklahoma, Community of Lexington, Oklahoma, Community of Copper Creek, Oklahoma, Community of Vintage Gardens, Oklahoma, Community of Brenton Hills, Oklahoma, community of Seminole Point, Oklahoma, Community of Silver Creek, Oklahoma, Traditions Golf Club,
221.3
356.2
1158 ft.
N Kelly Avenue
N Kelly Avenue, Historic Route #66 joins N Kelly Avenue which intersects United States Highway #77 here. a left turn on N Kelly Avenue, takes you on the Historic Route 66 near the Communities of The Crossing, Northgate, and The Oaks, Okalhoma,
222.6
358.2
1145 ft.
Access: Athletic Club
Access to, Links Golf & Athletic Club, Silverhorn Golf Club, located along N Kelly Avenue/Historic Route #66.
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361.3
1165 ft.
Britton Road/NE 93rd Street: Hospital
Britton Road, NE 93rd Street, McBride Clinic Orthopedic Hospital, Community of Western Village Pied Piper, Oklahoma, The Village, Oklahoma, a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Lake Hefner, a reservoir in northwestern Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. a source of water supply to the city of Oklahoma City, and a major recreational destination. Community of McCourny Heights, Oklahoma District Council, Community of North Highland, Oklahoma, Community of Bartlett, Oklahoma,
225.3
362.5
1132 ft.
E Wilshire Blvd: Griffin TV Tower
E Wilshire Boulevard, Griffin Television Tower Oklahoma, It was the tallest structure in the world at the time it was built. Community of Musgrave, Oklahoma, Harrison Park, North Highland Park, Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club, Grand Boulevard Park, Nichols Hills, Oklahoma, a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma,
226.5
364.5
1109 ft.
NE 63rd Street: College
NE 63rd Street, Midwest Christian College, Community of Ravenswood, Oklahoma, Community of Persimmon Hill, Oklahoma, Community of Wildewood Hills/Heights, Oklahoma. Lake Aluma, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, lies east along Interstate Highway #35,
226.6
364.6
1099 ft.
Right on Service Road
Take a Right Turn on Service Road, along Oklahoma Highway #66/Interstate Highway #44 for about a mile before turning Left on to N Lincoln Boulevard to continue to drive on the Old Historic Route #66.
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368.3
1194 ft.
NE 36th Street

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369.4
1211 ft.
Oklahoma City, OK
Take a right and proceed on NE/NW 23rd Street, in Oklahoma city, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, the capital and largest city of Oklahoma. The Supreme Court of Oklahoma, is one of the two highest judicial bodies in the U.S. state of Oklahoma and leads the Oklahoma Court System, the judicial branch of the government of Oklahoma located near the Oklahoma State Capitol Building, Oklahoma History Museum, The Oklahoma Governor's Mansion, the official residence of the Governor of Oklahoma, located at 820 NE 23rd Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
231.5
372.6
1227 ft.
Intersection N Classen Blvd
Intersection N Classen Boulevard, Gold Dome, Classen School of Advanced Studies, a public magnet school, has been ranked among the top 100 high schools in America, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Community of Mesta Park, Oklahoma, St. Antony Hospital, Oklahoma Jr. College, Memorial Park, Community of Paseo, Oklahoma,
232.2
373.7
1224 ft.
N Kentuckey Avenue: University
N Kentuckey Avenue, Oklahoma City University, Community of Epworth, Oklahoma, Gatewood UCD, Shepherd Historic District, adjacent to Penn Crossing Shopping Center, is located nearby.
233.5
375.7
1240 ft.
N May Avenue: Denniston Park
N May Avenue, Historic Route #66 departs from NW 23rd Street and turns right on to N May Street, which passes by Community of Denniston Park, Oklahoma, Community of Lyons Park, Community of Milam Place, Oklahoma, Community of Crestwood, Oklahoma, and community of Venice, Oklahoma, Northwest Classen High School, a public high school serving students in grades 9-12 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma lies along.
234.7
377.7
1201 ft.
Junction : Oklahoma Hwy #66/I-44
Junction Oklahoma Highway #66, Interstate Highway #44, Historic Route #66 joins Oklahoma Highway #66 here in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
235.3
378.7
1201 ft.
Intersection Oklahoma Hwy #3
Intersection Oklahoma Highway #3, Interstate Highway #44, Will Rogers Park, SGI-USA Oklahoma Com. Center, Vedic Temple, State Fairground, The Oklahoma State Fair Arena, a large multi-purpose arena, located on the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, along Interstate Highway #44/Oklahoma Highway #3.
235.7
379.3
1253 ft.
N Portland Avenue: Hospital
N Portland Avenue, Deaconess Hospital, Integris Health System, lies nearby. Rotary Park, Portland Plaza Shopping Center, Sportsmans Club Lake, Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, Presbyterian Urban Missions,
238.4
383.7
1316 ft.
N Asbury Avenue: University
N Asbury Avenue, Southern Nazarene University, a Christian liberal arts college located in Bethany, Oklahoma. The Children's Park, The Sawyer Center, the main athletic facility for Southern Nazarene University, Westgate Shopping Center, Bethany, Oklahoma, a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Wiley Post Airport, a public-use airport located along N Rockwell Avenue, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
239.7
385.8
1266 ft.
N Council Road: Park
N Council Road, Woodlawn Park, Oklahoma, a town in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, Eldon Lyon Park, McMillan Park, Riverside Park,
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386.6
1250 ft.
N Eagle Lane: Lake Overhoiser
N Eagle Lane, An Old bridge across a downstream river on Lake Overhoiser, located on Historic Route #66, Lake Overhoiser, a lake located just west of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in Bethany, Oklahoma, Lake Overhoiser Dam,
240.8
387.5
1247 ft.
N Co Line Road: Wildlife Refuge
Overhoiser Drive, N Co Line Road, Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge, located north of Historic Route #66.
241.8
389.1
1250 ft.
Stonebridge Lake Estates, OK
Overhoiser Drive, Stonebridge Lake Estates, Oklahoma, located just off Old Historic Route #66, surrounding Ramsey Lake a small lake located between Oklahoma Highway #66 and Historic Route #66 on the northwestern shore of Lake Overhoiser,
242.2
389.8
1250 ft.
Lakeshore Drive
Historic Route #66 turns right on to Lakeshore Drive / NW 36th Street at Community of Lakeview Estates, Oklahoma, where it eventually connects with Oklahoma Highway #66.
245.0
394.3
1280 ft.
Junction : Yukon, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #4, S Cromwell Drive, Yukon, Oklahoma, a city in Canadian County, Oklahoma, Bledshoe Park, Surrey Hills #1, #2, Oklahoma City Oklahoma Temple, Surrey Hills Golf Club, Sundance Airpark, located north of here. Yukon Hills Plaza Shopping Center, Mulvey Pond, Yukon Community Center, lie along the Interstate Highway #44.
246.0
395.9
1296 ft.
Junction Oklahoma Hwy #92
Junction Oklahoma Highway #92 / Garth Brooks Boulevard, Yukon, Oklahoma, Chisholm Shopping Center, Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital, Community of Westgate, Oklahoma, Community of Patco Village, Oklahoma,
249.0
400.7
1325 ft.
N Cimarron Road: Airport
N. Cimarron Road to, Clarence E Page Municipal Airport, a public airport located few miles west of Yukon, Oklahoma.
256.0
411.9
1362 ft.
Junction : U.S.Hwy #81/I-40
Junction United States Highway #81, Interstate Highway #40, Community of Powers, Oklahoma, Union City, Oklahoma, a town in Canadian County, Oklahoma, lie along U.S.Route #81 south of here.
258.2
415.5
1358 ft.
El Reno, OK
El Reno, Oklahoma, a city in Canadian County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 passes through this city. First Baptist Church El Reno, Canadian County Historical Museum, Canadian County Sheriff's Office,
259.2
417.1
1332 ft.
S Country Club Road: Airport
S Country Club Road, Redlands Community College, El Reno College, El Reno Airport, El Reno Regional Airport, a public airport located southwest of El Reno, Oklahoma, along County Road E1070 Road.
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Indian Trail: Lake El Reno
Indian Trail to, Lake El Reno, Parkview Hospital, Adams Park.
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E1020 Road
Take a right turn to E1020 Road, which runs parallel to concurrent Interstate Highway #40/U.S.Route #270, for few miles then the Historic Route takes another right turn on to U.S. Route #270, to Calumet, Oklahoma.
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U.S.Route #270
Historic Route #66 turns right on to United States Route #270, and proceeds towards Calumet, Oklahoma,
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Calumet, OK
N Calumet Road/N 2740 Road, Calumet, Oklahoma, a town in Canadian County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 takes a left turn to continue traveling on present day U.S.Route #270,
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Geary, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #8, Geary, Oklahoma, a city in Blaine and Canadian counties in Oklahoma.
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Right Cut off U.S.Route #281
A Right turn from U.S.Route #281, takes travelers on the original old Historic U.S.Route #66.
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Access: Reservoir
Access to, John Shawyer Reservoir, a reservoir located just off the Historic U.S. Route #66, several miles outh of Geary, Oklahoma.
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E 2630 Road
Historic Route #66 takes a right turn on to E 2630 Road, to connect with present day U.S.Route #281, on which the Historic Route #66 continues to travel, after a brief run on E1010 Road.
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Junction : U.S.Route #281
Junction United States Route #281, Oklahoma Highway #8, Jones Road NW,
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Bridge
A old Bridge over the Canadian River, carries Old Historic Route #66 across.
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Junction
Junction United States Highway #281/Oklahoma Highway #8, Historic Route #66 continues straight parallel to Interstate Highway #40, while U.S.Route #281/Oklahoma Highway #8 turns left to travel southward.
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N2585 Road: Bridgeport, OK
N2585 Road, to Bridgeport, Oklahoma, a town in Caddo County, Oklahoma,
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Bethel Road: Rock Mary
Bethel Road, N 2550 Road, Rock Mary, in Caddo County, Oklahoma, was a prominent landmark on the California Trail, lies off Bethel Road on the south.
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N2480 Road
Junction N2480 Road, Oklahoma Highway #58, an abandoned Texaco Service Station lies along the Historic Route #66,
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Junction: Hydro, OK
Junction Oklahoma Highway #58, Hydro, Oklahoma, a town in Blaine and Caddo counties in Oklahoma. Hydro was home to Lucille Hammons, a Route 66 icon dubbed "The Mother of the Mother Road." Her motel and gas station still stand on Old Route 66 just west of Hydro. A modern replica of the station, with a large restaurant attached, is in nearby Weatherford.
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Airport Road : New Lucille's Roadhouse
Airport Road, A replica of Lucille's Roadhouse Cafe, located along the Old Historic Route #66, Crissman Reservoir lies southeast of here.
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Jim Cobb Drive: Air & Space Museum
Jim Cobb Drive, to Thomas P Stafford Airfield, Weatherford City Airport, Stafford Air & Space Museum,
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Main Street: Weatherford, OK
E Main Street, E Davis Avenue, Weatherford, Oklahoma, a city in Custer County, Oklahoma, Weatherford Shopping Center, Here Take a left turn on to N Washington Avenue, to join E Main Street, which was the Historic U.S.Rouite #66, Weber Park, Lockstone Park, Southwestern Oklahoma State University,
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E Main Street: Weatherford, OK
E Main Street, A Right Turn to join E Main Street, in Weatherford, Oklahoma,
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Junction : Ok Hwy 54
Junction Oklahoma Highway #54 / NW Main Street, Historic Route #66 takes a left turn and after less than a mile a right turn takes you on the Historic Route #66 parallel to the Interstate Highway #40.
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Junction : OK Hwy #54
Junction Oklahoma Highway #54, Crowder Lake, Crowder Lake State Park, Colony, Oklahoma, a town in Washita County, Oklahoma, Corn, Oklahoma, a town in Washita County, Oklahoma, located south along Oklahoma Highway #54.
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Access: Heartland of America
Access to, Heartland of America, a huge durables shopping center located just off the Old Historic Route #66, southwest of Weatherford, Oklahoma,
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N 2370 Road
N 2370 Road, Bonzeman and McBride Reservoir lies on the north along N2370 Road.
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Interstate Hwy #40 Service Road
A left turn on to Interstate Highway #40 Service Road,
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Custer City Road
Custer City Road/N2310 Road, Custer City, Oklahoma, a town in Custer County, Oklahoma, lies north of here. Corn, Oklahoma, a town in Washita County, Oklahoma, located on Oklahoma 54A Road southeast of Historic Route #66.
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N 2290 Road
Turn right to cross the Interstate Highway #40, and drive on Interstate Highway #40 Service Road that connect with Gary Boulevard that runs to Clinton, Oklahoma. Bear Creek Site 6 Reservoir located north on N 2290 Road.
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10th Street: Clinton, OK
Historic Route #66 turns left to S 10th Street, in Clinton, Oklahoma, a city in Custer and Washita counties in Oklahoma. Nance Rotary Park, Evening Lions Club Park, located just east of the City Center along Historic Route #66, McLain Rogers Park,
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Neptune Drive
From Clinton, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 runs on S 10th Street, crosses the Interstate Highway #40 to join Neptune Drive. Here it takes a right turn on to W Commerce Road/E 1060 Road, to join and travel along Interstate Highway #40,
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N 2210 Road : Reservoir
N 2210 Road, South Clinton Laterals Site 4 Reservoir, No.3 Reservoir is also nearby. Community of Parkersburg, Oklahoma lies north of Historic Route #66 / Interstate Highway #40,
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N2170 Road: Stafford, OK
N2170 Road, Community of Stafford, Oklahoma, Buffer Laterals Site 6 Reservoir,
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Foss, OK
Historic Route #66 takes a right turn and travels along Foss, Oklahoma, a town in Washita County, Oklahoma,
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Intersection OK Hwy #44
Intersection of Oklahoma Highway #44 
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N 2110 Road: Lake
N 2110 Road, Clinton Lake, Turkey Creek Site 5 Reservoir, and Turkey Creek Site 6 Reservoir, lie along the Historic Route #66.
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N2080 Road: Canute, OK
N2080 Road / 9th Street, Canute, Oklahoma, a town in Washita County, Oklahoma, Historic Route #66 passes through the town.
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N 2070 Road : Reservoir
N 2070 Road, Soldier Creek Watershed Site 3 Reservoir, Site 4 Reservoir, located north/northwest of Canute, Oklahoma,
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Junction : OK #34
Junction Oklahoma Highway #34, Interstate Highway #40, just east of Elk City, Oklahoma,
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Airport Entrance Road: Airport
Airport Entrance Road, Elk City Regional Business Airport, Colonel Herring Park, Lions Park, in Elk city, Oklahoma,
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Junction : Ok Hwy #6
Junction : Oklahoma Highway #6 / Main Street, Elk City, Oklahoma, a city in Beckham County, Oklahoma, Historic U.S. Route #66 passes through the city. Great Plains Regional Medical Center,
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Access: Route #66 Museum
Access to, National Route #66 Museum, located along Historic Route #66, in Elk City, Oklahoma, Ackley Park is nearby.
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Bk-25 Road: Doxey, OK
Bk-25 Road, Community of Doxey, Oklahoma,
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Bk-24 : Reservoir
Bk-24 / Cemetery Road, Historic Route #66 switches to the other side of the Service Road of Interstate Highway #40, Timber creek Site 4 Reservoir and Timber Creek Site 5 Reservoir located north along Bk-24.
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U.S.Route #40 Business:
A right turn on United States Highway #40 Business Route to Sayre, Oklahoma, takes you on Historic Route #66.
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Sayre, OK
Junction United States Highway #283, Sayre, Oklahoma, a city in Beckham County, in Oklahoma, Historic U.S.Route #66 connects here with U.S.Route #283 / N 4th Street and passes through the city. Shortgrass Country Museum, Public Library,
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Junction : I-40
Junction Interstate Highway #40, Take a right turn to join Interstate Highway #40, westward, which runs on the Historic Route #66.
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To Hext, OK
Historic Route #66 briefly changes its course and take a right turn and passes by Hext, Oklahoma, a small rural community on old U.S. Highway 66, in Beckham County, Oklahoma,
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Hext, OK
Bk-15, to, Hext, Oklahoma, a small rural community in Beckham County, Oklahoma, located on the Historic Route #66,
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Junction
Interstate Highway #40, that By-passes Erick, Oklahoma, a city in Beckham County, Oklahoma,
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Junction : Erick, Ok
Junction Oklahoma Highway #30 / Sheb Wooley, Roger Miller Boulevard, Erick, Oklahoma, a city in Beckham County, Oklahoma, Roger Miller Museum, Church of the Nazarene, Haddock Field, located just southwest of Erick, Oklahoma,
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642.8
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Texola, OK
Grand Avenue, Texola, Oklahoma, a town in Beckham County, Oklahoma, Historic U.S.Route #66 passes through the town located just east of the Oklahoma/Texas State Line, A small old Jail House is located in the town along the Old Historic Route #66.
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Oklahoma/Texas Border
N 670 Road, Oklahoma/Texas State Line, This is where the Old Historic United States Route #66 enters Texas after traversing the state of Oklahoma.