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Route 66 - Various - Remember The 40s (Cassette)

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  1. Route 66, affectionately known as “The Mother Road”, spans across three time zones, starting from Chicago, Illinois and travelling all the way down to the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California.A journey across Route 66 takes you back to the time when many families drove across the country in the s to put food on the table and chase their dreams.
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  2. Feb 20,  · Just a two minute sample of great Vintage Route 66 POV's along the Mother Road from Chicago to L.A. License Old Cars and Gas Stations - `s - 40`s - 30`s - Duration:
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  3. Route 66 Photographs and Videos. Select a state below to see more pictures of Route Additionally, there are a few videos to watch.
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  4. Mar 09,  · Aug 21, - Explore Lisa Farrell's board "Lost Stores in Chicago", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Chicago, Chicago history, My kind of town pins.
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  5. U.S. Route 66; Organizations and places related to U.S. Route Route 66 Association, one of which exists for each state on historic U.S. Route 66; Route 66 State Park, in Times Beach, Missouri; U.S. Highway 66 Association (–); Businesses. Phillips 66, a gas station chain; Route 66 Records, a record label; Route 66 (company), a Swiss technology company.
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  6. In , Route 66 came through town and helped the family prosper. During the Depression, however, the family relied on the children’s musical skills to survive. Juan Delgadillo began playing trombone in the Hank Becker Orchestra. Later his brothers and sisters formed the Delgadillo Orchestra, which traveled Route 66 in Arizona.
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  7. • Route 66 Bridge over the Chicago, Rock Island, and Gulf Railroad, Shamrock • Tower Station and U-Drop Inn Café, Shamrock • McLean Commercial Historic District, McLean • Route 66, SH to Interstate 40, Conway • Ranchotel, Amarillo • U.S. Route Sixth Street Historic District, Amarillo • .
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  8. Jun 27,  · Route 66, one of the first national highways for motor vehicles in the United States and one that became an icon in American popular culture. It ran from Chicago to Santa Monica, California, and served numerous cities along the route. It was completely paved in and formally decommissioned in
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