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  • Route 66 Chain of Rocks Bridge Postcard

    Route 66 Chain of Rocks Bridge Postcard

    Crossing the Mississippi River just north of St. Louis, MO—the mile-long bridge was a significant landmark for travelers driving along historic Route 66 and today is part of the Route 66 Bikeway. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a … Read More

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  • Route 66 Rainbow Bridge Postcard

    Route 66 Rainbow Bridge Postcard

    The single-span concrete arch bridge outside Baxter Springs, Kansas is the last bridge of its type along historic Route 66—a highway that continues to captivate as it evokes images of simpler times. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight cardstock Finish: Matte finish for a … Read More

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  • Route 66 Road to Oatman Arizona Postcard

    Route 66 Road to Oatman Arizona Postcard

    A “living ghost town”, Oatman, AZ is a former gold mining town along old US Route 66. Complete with staged gunfights and wild burros roaming the streets, Oatman looks and acts like a real Wild West town. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Heavy-weight … Read More

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  • Route 66 The Mother Road Postcard

    Route 66 The Mother Road Postcard

    Arcing its way across the United States, historic Route 66 was the shortest all-weather route traveling through Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California — and remains one of the most revered, beloved, and sought out historic … Read More

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  • Route 66 Brick Road Postcard

    Route 66 Brick Road Postcard

    Originally built as IL Route 4, this section north of Auburn, IL served as Route 66’s original roadbed from 1926-1930. After realignment, a beautiful 1.4 mile section of road was surfaced in brick, each laid by hand and completed in … Read More

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  • Route 66 Ribbon Road Postcard

    Route 66 Ribbon Road Postcard

    The only remaining 9-foot wide segment of historic Route 66 was 15 miles long and constructed with a concrete base, Topeka asphalt top, and gleaming concrete curbs. Located between Miami and Afton, Oklahoma, the road served travelers until 1937. Size: … Read More

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