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Tulsa, Oklahoma: Route 66 Monoliths

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Address:
2500-2720 Southwest Blvd, Tulsa, OK
Directions:
Southwest side of the city. On the west side of Route 66/Southwest Blvd, just south of W. 25th St.
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Route 66 Monoliths

Three large limestone roadside monuments are inscribed with tributes for everything from Western Swing to Native Americans to the Tusla Trolley -- but all three pay prominent tribute to Route 66.

Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/30/2020]

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Route 66 Monolith - Western Swing side.

Route 66 Monoliths

The Route 66 monuments are just off the road, there is a park nearby where you can park and walk up to get a better view.

[Arnell, 04/30/2020]

Route 66 Monoliths

These are pretty neat. You can park in the park and walk to them.

[Brett, 04/30/2020]

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