Foyil Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Foyil Oklahoma is best known for Ed Galloway’s Totem Pole Park located about 3.5 miles off of Route 66, but worth the short drive. The park features what is billed as the world’s largest totem pole, along with several smaller totem poles and other sculptures.
Foyil is also the hometown of Andy Payne, the winner of the transcontinental footrace known as the “Bunion Derby” of 1928. The footrace from California to New Your following Route 66 most of the way, was a promotional gimmick to draw attention to the newly formed Route 66.
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|Ceramic mug (15 oz.) – white
15-oz. white ceramic mug is microwave- and dishwasher-safe.
|Folded greeting cards (3.5″x5″, pack of 12)
Pack of 12 high-quality matte greeting cards (3.5″x5″) comes boxed with envelopes.
|Folded greeting cards (3.5″x5″, pack of 24)
Pack of 24 high-quality matte greeting cards (3.5″x5″) comes boxed with envelopes.
|Folded greeting cards (5″x7″, pack of 10)
Pack of 10 high-quality matte greeting cards (5″x7″) comes boxed with envelopes.
|Folded greeting cards (5″x7″, pack of 25)
Pack of 25 high-quality matte greeting cards (5″x7″) comes boxed with envelopes.
|Single folded greeting card (5″x7″)
High-quality matte greeting card (5″x7″) comes with envelope.
This standard-sized mouse pad displays the selected image above a high-density foam construction. The easy-to-clean mouse pad comes with a stain-resistant finish.
252-piece photo puzzle comes in a sturdy, finished cardboard box that is affixed with a print of the selected image.
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Oklahoma Route 66 Galleries
Route 66 Photos by Subject
|Route 66 Murals
Murals and advertising signs are popping up all along route 66 on the sides of buildings and other locations many combining art and history.
|Route 66 Road Signs
Route 66 shields and road signs are being put up all along route 66, both authentic highway markings to homemade, you’ll find them here.
Route 66 has a lot of strange and unique attractions, many designed to lure tourists from the road.
With the huge volume of traffic travelling route 66, back when cars needed frequent service, gas stations were all along the route and today many have been restored while others are simply abandoned.
|Diners and Cafe’sRoute 66 is home to many one of a kind diners, cafe’s, and other eateries, each with it’s own unique identity. These establishments predate the fast food franchise industry, and most are operated by the actual owners.|
|Hotels and MotelsThe hotels and motels of route 66 are all unique and individual, each with their own design and personality.|
|The RoadRoute 66 is a road, Portland Cement, blacktop, asphalt, or other surface, creating a line across the US. These photos are of the road itself.|
|SignsThe signs of Route 66 have a history all their own, from marking the route to luring you into some weird tourist destination. Here you will find all types of signage only found on Route 66.|
|Cars and TrucksThe primary purpose of Route 66 was to provide a path for the cars and trucks of the time to travel across the country. Here you will find photos of some of the earliest motor vehicles to the classics for which the route is famous. From rust to rare, you can find great old cars and trucks all along route.66|
|BridgesYou can’t have a road without bridges, and route 66 has many historic “one of kind” and “last of a kind” bridges.|
|LandscapesRoute 66 crosses 2200 miles of great american landscape. These photos represent the fantastic views seen as you travel the mother road.|
|AbandonedWith the interstate replacing route 66, there are many casualties, including buildings, vehicles, and other items that have been simple abandoned.|