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Gallery One

84 photo(s) Updated on: 01/02/2021
  • Holiday scenes in Devils Elbow Missouri
  • Holiday scenes in Devils Elbow Missouri
  • Devils Elbow Missouri Post Office(open) and old store(now closed)
  • St. Louis Missouri
  • Uranus Fudge Factory Pacific Missouri
  • Uranus Fudge Factory Pacific Missouri
  • Devils Elbow Missouri overlooking the train bridge.
  • The infamous Donut Drive In St. Louis Missouri
  • The beautiful arch in St. Louis Missouri
  • A past motor tour stopping at Gary's Gay Parita station for a rest stop.
  • The famous Whee Bridge in Carthage Missouri.
  • One of the most iconic figures along Route 66 Mr. Gary Turner a friend to all. Unfortunately Mr. Turner is no longer with us however his legacy lives on at his fillin station Gary's Gay Parita.
  • Beautifully done stop along your tour of Meramec Caverns in Sullivan Missouri. Famous for being the hide-out for Jesse James.
  • The infamous McKinley bridge in St. Louis Missouri
  • The early days of Roamin' Rich and the Gasconade River Bridge preservation efforts. Including a freshly painted Route 66 shield.
  • Famous family owned frozen custard located in St. Louis Missouri.
  • Famous Route 66 diner located in downtown St. Louis Missouri
  • Long gone Motor Court in Niangua Missouri
  • Roamin' Riche's famous hood being signed by a new person.
  • Chain of Rocks Bridge St. Louis Missouri
  • The famous sign that is still here today even though the property has been closed for years in Gray Summit Missouri.
  • Historic Jensen's Point overlooking the Meramec River in Pacific Missouri.
  • Hooker Cut in Devils Elbow area
  • Phillips 66 Station at Red Oak II, with an addition of Ron Jones’ 56 Chevy
  • Sign for the Satellite Cafe on Route 66 east of Lebanon, Missouri. *Cafe no longer there
  • Chain of Rocks Bridge St. Louis Missouri
  • A beautiful scene, the creation of Lowell Davis at Red Oak II
  • Downtown Springfield Missouri
  • Munger-Moss Motel sign with a classic car Lebanon Missouri.
  • More fun neon at Uranus Fudge Factory located in St. Robert Missouri.
  • Munger-Moss Motel sign with a classic car Lebanon Missouri.
  • Feed store sign located in Carthage Missouri. Mr. Lowell Davis of Red Oak II made the sign.
  • Munger-Moss Motel sign with a classic car Lebanon Missouri.
  • Food truck park in Springfield Missouri.
  • Route 66 road art located in Springfield Missouri.
  • Beautiful night capture of this Carthage Missouri landmark.
  • The 2nd largest rocking chair in the world however it's the largest on Route 66. Located at Fanning Outpost in Cuba Missouri.
  • The stunning Jasper County Courthouse in Carthage, MO
  • A long operating motel in Villa Ridge Missouri closed several years ago and this was a capture of the neon sign now in storage.
  • The La Casa Grande Motel is still there on Watson Road in St. Louis County, but the sign is now gone.
  • The Donut Drive In at 6525 Chippewa in St. Louis was the first neon sign restoration project for the MO 66 Assn in 2008
  • A must stop for a fantastic meal in Joplin Missouri.
  • The El Taco restaurant is still on Kearney Street in Springfield, but sadly this gorgeous neon sign is now gone.
  • The infamous Boots Court in Carthage Missouri.
  • The infamous Boots Court in Carthage Missouri.
  • The Famous neon sign at the Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba Missouri.
  • Another infamous neon sign at the Boots Court in Carthage Missouri.
  • Hooker Cut in the beautiful Ozark's.
  • The creator of the EZ Guide 66 that leads many travellers successfully through Missouri's Route 66 sections. Jerry McClanahan
  • The Famous office/shoppe at the Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba Missouri.
  • Gary's Gay Parita station along Route 66 in Missouri. A must stop take a few moments and visit with George.
  • The Spencer Station in Spencer Missouri. A picturesque area take a few moments to check this out along with a beautiful bridge.
  • The last remaining cabin of a popular tourist court along Route 66. John's Modern Cabins is a special area especially if you are into multiple alignments of Route 66 and Interstates.
  • These painted barns are a reminder of a different era of traveling. Many still remain this is located in the heart of Missouri.
  • A premier lodging stop to this day located in Springfield Missouri.
  • The infamous Munger-Moss Motel sign in Lebanon Missouri. With a special touch of a vintage Buick.
  • A currently operating location in Lebanon Missouri.
  • A seasonally operating drive in theater located in Carthage Missouri.
  • The infamous stop in St. Robert Missouri.
  • This sign located about ten miles west of Springfield for the Graystone Heights tourist camp.
  • The Gun Pawn Shop was located on the Kearney Street by-pass in Springfield Missouri.
  • Once located right off Route 66 in Carthage MIssouri.
  • A premier lodging stop to this day located in Springfield Missouri.
  • Mule Trading Post temporarily closed located in Rolla Missouri.
  • Famous Beacon Neon sign along Route 66 in Pacific Missouri.
  • A spectacular capture of the heart of the Munger-Moss section of this iconic neon sign. Located in Lebanon Missouri.
  • A nice daytime capture of this great recently restored neon sign in Pacific Missouri.
  • A small group of members working our booth at a recent Springfield Missouri's festival
  • 66 Drive In Theater in Carthage Missouri
  • The infamous Munger-Moss Motel sign in Lebanon Missouri
  • The Manor House B&B in Lebanon Missouri
  • Gary's Gay Parita in Ash Grove Missouri a must stop along Route 66
  • Gasconade River Bridge
  • John's Modern Cabins
  • 2020 Motor Tour taken at Shamrock Court Motel
  • Taken at Meramec Caverns
  • Red Cedar Inn neon sign revived and lights Route 66 once again
  • Work crew at the Shamrock Courts Motel showing off some old neon tubing
  • Roamin' Rich Route 66 Association of Missouri in the cafe section of the Shamrock Courts Motel
  • Clean up weekend crew pictured in front of the Shamrock Courts Motel
  • Demolition of bad sub-structure at the clean up weekend at the Shamrock Courts
  • Old postcard of the Shamrock Court


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