Oh Route 66! Our beloved Mother Road. One of the original highways in the United States, Route 66 was established November 11, 1926 and has served as the lifeline of American culture. There is so much history running through Route 66, and much of Amarillo's early growth is owed to just that!
Iconic Business On Route 66 Celebrating 100 Years In Amarillo
Happy 100 to The Nat. Here's to 100 more.
Another Forgotten Landmark On Old Route 66, The Triangle Motel
The Triangle Motel is still a long way away from the glory days of Route 66, but the hopes are still to see it restored.
Recognize Any Thing In This Rare Vintage Video Of Route 66?
We have lots of photos of abandoned motor courts and ghost towns. You rarely get to see them in their heyday.
Get Excited; Big Celebration Coming In Amarillo To Honor Route 66
The Route 66 Bag Adventure is back, and it is an entire day of fun planned for the whole family on the historic Mother Road in Amarillo.
Murder In Amarillo At A Famous Route 66 Landmark; Cowboy Motel
One of our Route 66 landmarks was the scene of a homicide over the weekend.
What Is Your Favorite Spot On 6th Along Route 66 In Amarillo?
Take a look at these photos of the odd, weird, wonderful things you'll see on 6th Street; my favorite stretch of road in Amarillo.
An Iconic Route 66 Landmark In Amarillo Escaped A Fiery Disaster
One of the last authentic roadside relics of Route 66, the Ranchotel, narrowly escaped a fiery end
Glenrio May Be Ready For Another Round Of Glory Days On 66
Whatever happens, it sounds like Glenrio is possibly getting a second wind.
How A Lone Car And A Ghost Town Make A Beautiful Texas Love Story
There's quite the history behind the Pontiac in Glenrio.
How Many "Watch Your Curves" Signs Have You Seen On Back Roads?
Let's play fill in the blank. Try this one. "Watch your curves! Eat more ____."
Just Where Did The Big Dinosaur At The Big Texan Come From?
It's a question that involves Route 66, Dallas, contemporary work spaces, and an arcade.
This Unique Tulia Monument Might Just Help You Find The Ozark Trail
Hidden in plain sight a monument marks what once was before Route 66 and how travelling across the country was very different 100 years ago