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eatmore_up The Eat-More Restaurant in Upland, California, described itself as sween_bour Sweeney's Steak House in Bourbon, Missouri, had an attached Standard station. fosters_okc Foster's Steak House, Oklahoma City. union2_wins Union Auto Court, Winslow, Arizona. The sign says 4th_st_abq This very early photo shows Fourth Street straight ahead, which later was designated as the first alignment of Route 66. Later, in the 1930s, the cross street you see in the foreground (Central Avenue) became Route 66, and remained so for the rest of the highway's life. roadway_flg A section of open road near Flagstaff, Arizona. The San Francisco Peaks are on the horizon. fraymarcos The Fray Marcos in Williams, Arizona, was one of many examples of Harvey House establishments on Route 66. dudleys_stl Dudley's Cabins: on the western outskirts of St. Louis, Missouri. derby_arcca Derby Motel, Arcadia, California. nelsondv_leb Nelson's Dream Village was constructed of local stone. Lebanon, Missouri. civic3_webb The Civic Drive-In Cafe boasted 71 locations. This one was in Webb City, Missouri, on Route 66. lamplt_spril Lamplighter Motel, Springfield, Illinois. elpueblo_flg El Pueblo Motor Inn, Flagstaff, Arizona. club_cafe Club Cafe & Curios, Santa Rosa, New Mexico. campjax_okc This complex of tourist services called itself Camp Jackson. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. belaire_spril Bel-Aire Manor Motel, Springfield, Illinois.