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Description Remnants of an original "STATE" right-of-way marker serve as a "ghost" of the early days of the road's construction. Route 66 researcher Carl Johnson has identified this marker as having been part of the 1927 construction of Route 66, making it a rare find among relics of the road.
Date © May 2003. Illinois Route 66 Heritage Project.
Author William Brockschmidt
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