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Texaco Station

Texaco Station

During its heyday, Route 66 would at times be clogged with bumper-to-bumper traffic. It’s easy to understand why so many service stations line the road. What’s more difficult to imagine is that in 1937 a pedestrian tunnel was built in nearby Odell, Ill., to allow the town’s churchgoers to attend Sunday services.


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Depot Light

Depot Light

The covered platforms of the former depot offer nice examples of asymmetrical architecture, including the overhead light and beams.



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