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Pacific, Missouri—named for the Pacific railroad—is distinguished by the presence of a nearly continuous bluff, or cliff, along the north side of the highway, a geologic feature known as the St. Peter sandstone. That sandstone bluff is punctuated by occasional open cavelike cavities that are clearly visible to the passing motorist, a holdover from the days when the bluffs were actively mined for glassmaking.
|A view of the bluffs beside Route 66/Osage St. in the town of Pacific.|
|About the Pacific Bluffs|
|Business Type:||Geographic features|
|Directions:||Seen along the north side of old 66 (Osage Street). See also our GPS-based Clickable G-Maps.|