Route 66 has long been emblematic of a lost romantic era when the road was both a means to an end and the experience itself. Today it lives on as a kind of unintentional anachronism filled with beauty, absurdity, humor and pathos all working together to shape one’s experience of the road.

 

Joliet PrisonAbraham Lincoln National CemeteryGemini Giant Space Age Muffler ManDeserted Store WindowGas PumpTypewriterClosed Section of Route 66Old Zephyr Gas StationParadise Mobile Home ParkDeserted Pool, Park Inn 66Riverside Wildlife Center Gift ShopElephant Statue and RVBring A Camera SignOut BuildingWorld's Largest RockerMotel InteriorHalltown Baptist Church SignWhitehall MercantileSide YardTurnback Creek BridgeTurnback Creek BridgeJohnson Creek BridgeGalena Kansas, A Happy PlaceSingle ResidenceRoute 66Blue WhaleStore FrontTerminal Grain Company2nd Hand StoreCherokee Trading Post and Boot OutletCherokee Trading Post and Boot OutletRoadside SignAbandoned BuildingAbandoned BuildingOklahoma Texas State LineAbandoned Gas Station2nd Amendment CowboyCadillac RanchAbandoned BuildingAbandoned Gas StationAbandoned Gas StationTatoo ParlorFast Food EstablishmentAbandoned Texaco SignGas Station for SaleBreakfast 6 a.mShadows on the RoadGunsCowboy Muffler ManBoarded Up MotelOld CarFort Courage SignFort CourageOld Route 66Antique CarPink CatBudget MotelTwin Arrows Trading PostGalaxy DinerU-HaulCar for SaleLandSkyGas StationMetal DinosaurMotelBud Light CanJohn Osterman Gas StationOld Gas StationFrontier MotelFenced LandHackberry General StoreHackberry General StoreOld Police Car With BikersSunset