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The Spindle, consisted of 8 cars impaled on a spike, was a sculpture created in 1989 by Dustin Shuler. It was located in Berwyn, Illinois at Cermak Plaza. It wasn't exactly on route 66 but was one of the first attractions of Route 66 you saw after leaving Chicago, Illinois.

Now I (perhaps) understand the meaning of this. Historic Rt 66 begins (or ends) in Chicago The Spindle, consisted of 8 cars impaled on a spike, was a sculpture created in 1989 by Dustin Shuler. It was located in Berwyn, Illinois at Cermak Plaza.

Diner along Route 66, A beautiful woman gave me the idea of Route 66. When I look at this picture I think how fun it would be to stop in and enjoy a greasy meal together.

DINERS IN THE U. The Mother road, route diner Love these old diners. In Hesperia, California, built in one of the few of its kind left in Southern California.

Route 66 Filling Station. Old fashioned gas pumps and other memorabilia outside the gas station Bill Shea opened more than fifty years ago. It is now a museum in Springfield, Illinois.

Route 66 Fine Art photography, for hanging wall art or framed prints. Old fashioned gas pumps and other memorabilia outside the gas station Bill Shea opened more than fifty years ago on Rt. It is now a museum in Springfield, Illinois.

The Spindle, consisted of 8 cars impaled on a spike, was a sculpture created in 1989 by Dustin Shuler. It was located in Berwyn, Illinois at Cermak Plaza. It wasn't exactly on route 66 but was one of the first attractions of Route 66 you saw after leaving Chicago, Illinois.

Now I (perhaps) understand the meaning of this. Historic Rt 66 begins (or ends) in Chicago The Spindle, consisted of 8 cars impaled on a spike, was a sculpture created in 1989 by Dustin Shuler. It was located in Berwyn, Illinois at Cermak Plaza.

Route 66 through the desert town of Amboy, California. The famous Rt. 66 shield is painted on the old road outside Roy's Cafe.

Road trippin' this Summer? Our homage to this great national highway is the souvenir Route 66 towel. Route 66 through the desert town of Amboy, California. The famous Rt. 66 shield is painted on the old road outside Roy's Cafe.