Here It Is! The Route 66 Map Series - Jim Ross & Jerry McClanahan

Here It Is! The Route 66 Map Series - Jim Ross & Jerry McClanahan

This acclaimed Route 66 packaged set of eight roadmaps, one for each Route 66 state, provides an easy to follow “through route” aimed at keeping you on track and maximizing your Mother Road experience.

Designed with a "treasure map" theme and generously illustrated with original art, points of interest and historical text, the Route 66 Map Series is the longest established and most trusted guide available and the only "must have" map you will need as you explore America s legendary highway, regardless of where you begin or what direction you travel.

An excellent companion to the EZ66 GUIDE For Travellers, also by Jerry McClanahan.

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Rand McNally United States Road Atlas

Rand McNally United States Road Atlas

As well as a specialised Route 66 guidebook/map you should definitely take an up-to-date road atlas too to make sure you’re always heading in the right direction. If you plan on taking any side-trips off Route 66 then a modern map is essential to avoid getting lost.

Although Route 66 isn’t featured on modern maps, an up-to-date atlas will still be able to give a general idea of where you are in relation to the major roads.

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Route US 66 (Quick Access)

Route US 66 (Quick Access)

A nicely detailed map with a simple, straight-forward design. It has the added bonus of being laminated and therefore will tolerate numerous coffee spills and french-fry-fingers! A compact and handy resource to keep in the glove compartment.

Accordion-style folded, laminated map of Route 66, covering Los Angeles to Chicago. Features inset maps of St. Louis, Tulsa, Chicago, Amarillo, Oklahoma City, Flagstaff, Albuquerque, and Los Angeles. Includes descriptions of points of interest with photographs.

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Every Route 66 road trip is unique, and this site is in no way intended to be a definitive guide to the old road. However, I sincerely hope it offers a starting point to anyone planning their own Route 66 vacation.

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