Foyil, Oklahoma: Route 66 Great Transcontinental Footrace Winner

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Address:
Andy Payne Blvd., Foyil, OK
Directions:
Rt. 66, northbound side, south edge of town.
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Andy Payne monument.

Route 66 Great Transcontinental Footrace Winner

Honoring the local winner of an over-the-top coast-to-coast race, on foot, in 1928.

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Footrace statue.

Route 66 Great Transcontinental Footrace Winner

We stopped by this on our way back from the giant totem pole. It's easily visible from Route 66, although the statues back is to the road.

[Janelle, 01/26/2020]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Kong Korner and Kongs Kafe GorillaKong Korner and Kongs Kafe Gorilla, Claremore - Foyil, OK - 3 mi.
Ed Galloway's Totem Pole ParkEd Galloway's Totem Pole Park, Foyil, OK - 4 mi.
Will Rogers Reads a NewspaperWill Rogers Reads a Newspaper, Claremore, OK - 9 mi.
In the region:
Newspaper Boy Statue, Tulsa, OK - 32 mi.

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