Oklahoma Route 66 Town by Town Photo Gallery
This will be an ongoing project, which will become a state by state, and town by town photo guide to Route 66. I will be starting with Oklahoma adding one town at a time.
All images are available for sale as prints or for commercial use.
Interactive Google Map
Use the map + – controls to zoom in and out, use the Map drop-down to change to “Map”, “Satellite”, “Hybrid”, or “Terrain” views. Drag the little man icon from the upper left corner to a map location for street level view. Click on a pushpin for more information about the Route 66 location, then click on the title to go to the location page.
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City and Town Listing
Oklahoma Route 66
Route 66 was born in Oklahoma by Cyrus Avery who spearheaded the national committee that created the US Highway System in 1926. Oklahoma has about 400 miles of Route 66 and more miles of the original alignment than any other state.
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 [...]Read more »
Claremore Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Claremore Oklahoma is best know as home to Will Rogers and the Will Rogers Memorial and Museum. The Will Rogers Hotel in historic downtown Claremore offered mineral water baths called “radium water” which were supposed to cure a number of ailments, was restored in 1997. The 25,000-square-foot Will Rogers Memorial Museum is located on [...]Read more »
Arcadia Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Arcadia is located 15 miles north of Oklahoma City and is home to the Famous Round Barn, which has become one of the most visited and photographed buildings on Route 66. The Round Barn in Arcadia Oklahoma was built by William Oder in 1998 and served as a home for cattle. The barn is 60′ [...]Read more »
Commerce Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Commerce Oklahoma was originally called North Miami until 1914 when the name was changed. Commerce is the hometown to baseball legend Mickey Mantle and the Route 66 through town has been renamed Mickey Mantle Blvd. Allen’s Fillin’ Station on the west end of Main Street on Historic Route 66 is a service station built about 1930 with [...]Read more »
Chelsea Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Chelsea Oklahoma began as a railroad stop in 1881, and has been a farming, ranching and oil community. Will Rogers sister Allie McSpadden lived in Chelsea as well as Gene Autry for a short time when he worked for the Frisco Railraod. Just east of Chelsea is the historic Pryor Creek Bridge which was listed [...]Read more »
Miami Oklahoma Route 66 Gallery
Miami (pronounced my-AM-uh) was named for the Indian Tribe is home to the Coleman Theater which opened in 1929 and has been completely restored. Just outside of town are the remains of what is known as the “Ribbon Road” a 9 foot wide paved stretch of old Route 66. It is said that Oklahoma could not afford [...]Read more »