Original Route 66 Alignment

15001 W Ozark Trail

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On the West side of Sapulpa you'll find one of the longest and best "preserved" stretches of the original Route 66 alignment dating back to the 1920's. The route features a railroad bridge from 1925, the ruins of the TeePee drive-in, the famous Rock Creek Bridge from 1922, and a few other interesting little sights. Since this section of the road has been bypassed by the new 66 alignment but still serves a few houses, it has fallen into the perfect position of being necessary to keep in use, but not critical enough to be turned into a modern road. This is the perfect place to experience the Mother Road in near-original condition without modern lane widths, shoulders, and other such advancements in road design.


15001 W Ozark Trail, Sapulpa, OK 74066

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