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Route 66 Lost & Found: Ruins and Relics Revisited

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This engaging look at the Mother Road takes 75 locations along its 2,297 mile route from Chicago to Santa Monica and shows them first during their halcyon heydays through black-and-white photographs and period postcards, then on the facing page as they appear today.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Motorbooks International
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Spooky
Nov 20, 2007 Spooky rated it it was amazing
My girlfriend got me this book for my birthday, and I love it. I'm addicted to the old roads, and the crossing of America. Much of our society grew up around famous roads, and each one took on a life of it's own. Route 66 is the daddy of all of them, and is still littered with the skeletons of it's former life. It's shear desolation nowadays only lends more attraction and mystery to it.
Dale
Jul 27, 2012 Dale rated it liked it
Shelves: nonfiction, travel
Before and after photos of about 200 present or past landmarks along old Route 66. The most interesting aspect of this book is the nearly fanatical dedication of Route 66 enthusiasts. The amount of research for a book like this must be enormous, and all that for a heaping dose of nostalgia.

If there's reason for nostalgia in this case it stems from the creativity and uniqueness of many of the commercial establishments built along the route in the 30s through 50s. They are in strong contrast to th
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i am a car nut and if i aint workin on them or driving them then i am reading about them anything that has to do with old and classic cars and trucks or anything automotive related i am intersted in very much.i even got the route 66 road sign tattooed on my right arm as part of my sleeve because i am so fasicinated and intersted about route 66.i seen this book and bought it and when i got home and started reading it i couldnt put it down,i hope to someday get to travel old rt 66 and see these pl ...more
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