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Feb 27, 2020 23:09 |  #61

So many great shots in this thread. Makes me want to do it!




  
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Feb 28, 2020 01:13 |  #62

66FAIRLANE wrote in post #19017791 (external link)
So many great shots in this thread. Makes me want to do it!

I agree, I could hit the like button for every photo.

When I was a kid in 1965 our family (me, two sisters, mom and dad) traveled by station wagon from Los Angeles to Chicago via Route 66.
It was our summer vacation, and what an exciting road trip it was. We stopped at the Grand Canyon and the Painted desert. Spent a day
at the Six Flags amusement park in Texas. Got gas at a place in Oklahoma that had a pit full of live rattlesnakes. Wow!
Arrived in Chicago and spent 2 weeks touring the city and it's attractions, including River View Park. That trip has provided me with some
of the best memories of my youth.

I still have many photos I took with my Kodak Instamatic camera. Some day I'll buy a scanner and post them.


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Feb 28, 2020 16:13 |  #63

Perfectly Frank wrote in post #19017830 (external link)
I agree, I could hit the like button for every photo.

When I was a kid in 1965 our family (me, two sisters, mom and dad) traveled by station wagon from Los Angeles to Chicago via Route 66.
It was our summer vacation, and what an exciting road trip it was. We stopped at the Grand Canyon and the Painted desert. Spent a day
at the Six Flags amusement park in Texas. Got gas at a place in Oklahoma that had a pit full of live rattlesnakes. Wow!
Arrived in Chicago and spent 2 weeks touring the city and it's attractions, including River View Park. That trip has provided me with some
of the best memories of my youth.

I still have many photos I took with my Kodak Instamatic camera. Some day I'll buy a scanner and post them.


Sooner rather than later!! I'm sure there are many here (including me) who would love to see those shots.


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Apr 09, 2020 23:15 |  #67

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Apr 10, 2020 00:24 |  #68

Beautiful!


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Jun 13, 2020 20:16 |  #69

This bridge, East of Seligman, Arizona, was bypassed during a realignment of Old 66.
This current drivable section goes for 16 miles east from Seligman.


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Jun 13, 2020 20:18 |  #70

Bypassed Bridge, cont.


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Jun 13, 2020 20:25 |  #71

More Bypassed bridge.
Top picture is looking West, through the barrier at the West end of the bridge.
Bottom picture is looking East from the east end of the bridge


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Jun 14, 2020 03:17 |  #72

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More Bypassed bridge.
Top picture is looking West, through the barrier at the West end of the bridge.
Bottom picture is looking East from the east end of the bridge
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I love seeing these remnants of the past. Thanks for sharing! ;-)a


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Jun 14, 2020 10:53 as a reply to  @ A1original's post |  #73

My pleasure.
Should have gotten down and gotten a picture or two from the side.


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Jun 23, 2020 12:51 |  #74

Arcadia, Oklahoma on Route 66, Round Barn


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Oct 11, 2020 16:08 |  #75

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