An artistic take on this often photographed sign on the Santa Monica Pier, in Santa Monica, California. Although the sign says it’s the “End of the Trail,” is it really? Or is it the beginning of more Route 66 adventures? *FREE Shipping in the USA
This old sign in Baxter Springs, Kansas, goes unnoticed by many Route 66 travelers. The ones who spot it, love it! It’s easy to drive by signs and other sites several times without noticing them, because there are always so many things to see on Route 66! *FREE Shipping in the USA
This bridge, built in 1923 over the Gasconade River, is near Hazelgreen, Missouri, on Route 66.
Sadly, it was closed to traffic in 2014. In the early spring of 2015, a few hundred Route 66 lovers from all over the US, as well as a couple of International Route 66 lovers, gathered together at this bridge, kicking off efforts to restore it. Efforts to save and restore the bridge are ongoing. *FREE Shipping in the USA
This beloved sign is located in Needles, California. The sun was setting when we entered Needles from the East on Route 66. The sign looks quite different during the day, but looks fantastic no matter when you see it. *FREE Shipping in the USA
I saw this incredible work of art in Springfield, Illinois, during one of their annual International Route 66 Festivals. It’s believed to be a 1947 Chevrolet. Honestly, no matter what year it is, it’s a fantastic vehicle! *FREE Shipping in the USA