Riverton, Kansas: Kansas Route 66 Sign

A corner of Kansas contains the shortest run of Route 66, celebrated with wheel rim version of the famous U.S. highway shield.

SE Beasley Rd, Riverton, KS
West of town, on the south side of Route 66, just west of its intersection with US-400.
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Kansas Route 66.

Kansas Route 66 Sign

West of Riverton on Route 66.

[Liz, 04/22/2021]

The Mother Road barely nicks the corner of Kansas, but it was enough for Riverton high school students to weld together this spindly, oversized Route 66 shield sign in the Spring of 2018. The numbers are made of wheel rims.

Nearby Offbeat Places

1923 Rainbow Curve Bridge1923 Rainbow Curve Bridge, Riverton, KS - 1 mi.
1930 Gas Station1930 Gas Station, Baxter Springs, KS - 4 mi.
Bonnie And Clyde's ShotgunBonnie And Clyde's Shotgun, Galena, KS - 4 mi.
In the region:
Big Brutus, West Mineral, KS - 18 mi.

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