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    Geotagged 4-UQU-2
    Quay County, NM

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    Commented on & geotagged 17-UQU-34
    Quay County, NM

    The Super 8 Motel on the east side of Tucumcari on old Route 66 at 4001 E Tucumcari Blvd.

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    Commented on & geotagged 18-UQU-19
    Quay County, NM

    Looking east across 1st Street at the First National Bank, now Wells Fargo, 302 S 1st St.

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    Geotagged 77-AMX-32
    Macoupin County, IL

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    Commented on 77-AMX-33
    Macoupin County, IL

    The Crossroads was southwest of the intersection. In the northeast corner that year was the Sunset Drive-In theater, owned by Louis Odorizzi.

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    Commented on & geotagged 2-ZZCH-32
    Cherokee County, KS

    The Baxter Inn at 2451 Military Ave, on the south side of Baxter Springs, is still there and looks almost the same decades later.

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    Commented on & geotagged 15-CWH-34
    Wheeler County, TX

    A classic Route 66 landmark, the Conoco Tower Service Station and U-Drop Inn Cafe in Shamrock, Texas.

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    Commented on & geotagged 15-CWH-16
    Wheeler County, TX

    Shamrock High School at 100 S Illinois St.

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    Commented on & geotagged 16-CWH-8
    Wheeler County, TX

    What was then a Best Western motel was recently an Econolodge and is now the Hotel Shamrock at 800 E 12th St on the east side of town on old Route 66.

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    Commented on & geotagged 16-CWH-5
    Wheeler County, TX

    What was then the Sun & Sand Motor Inn is now the Route 66 Inn at 800 E 12th St on the east side of Shamrock, on old Route 66 of course.

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    Commented on 16-CWH-4
    Wheeler County, TX

    What was then the Rambler Motel is now the Blarney Inn at 402 E 12th St on old Route 66 on the east side of town.

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    Commented on 1-ZLA-5
    Lancaster County, NE

    A Chrysler Plymouth car dealership is in the foreground. The remains of the 84th & O Drive-In Theater are in the background. There are two-foot weeds growing in the drive-in ramps but the screen still looks good, suggesting that the 84th & O closed for good less than a year or two before this photo.