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      Route 66 in Texas - Amarillo and Cadillac Ranch
      • Narrower than the rest of Texas, its border with Oklahoma and New Mexico are drawn to the rule. Route 66 crosses it from side to side, 190 miles, of which 150 miles are entirely passable. No one can claim to have visited Texas by simply going through the " Panhandle " but it is nonetheless an excellent introduction.
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  2. www.theroute-66.com › route-66-texas-mapRoute 66 Texas Map

    Jan 23, 2020 · The following Interactive Map of Route 66 in Texas shows the alignment of Route 66 across the state and each of the towns and cities that is passes through. It includes the infamous Jericho Gap and the historic segment of Route 66 through Conway (Listed in the National Register of Historic Places)

  3. Originally spanning 178 miles (290 km) through Texas, today’s Route 66 is about 150 miles (24 km) that are actually drivable. Top Route 66 Attractions in Texas Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café in Shamrock : This former Conoco station is a must-see landmark, both architecturally and historically.

  4. Sep 06, 2018 · Route 66 runs through the Texas Plains Trail Region. Skip the monotonous interstate to experience a bygone era full of downtowns, diners, and diversions along this iconic highway. Route 66 is featured as part of the Historic Trails and Highways travel theme.

  5. Narrower than the rest of Texas, its border with Oklahoma and New Mexico are drawn to the rule. Route 66 crosses it from side to side, 190 miles, of which 150 miles are entirely passable. No one can claim to have visited Texas by simply going through the "Panhandle" but it is nonetheless an excellent introduction.

  6. Route 66 originally crossed from New Mexico into Texas at Glenrio, an unincorporated community founded in 1903 as a Rock Island Railroad siding. During Route 66's heyday, Glenrio's cafés, filling stations and businesses such as the First/Last Motel in Texas served travellers on the highway; after the road was bypassed in 1973, Glenrio became a ghost town .

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    • US 66 at Oklahoma state line
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