Route 66

Route 66 Festival organizers announce 2018 lineup


PICTURES: See the classic car contest winners at 2017 'Birthplace of Route 66 Festival'


PICTURES: Thousands attend "Birthplace of Route 66 Festival' in downtown Springfield Saturday


PICTURES: Runners hit the pavement for 'Route 66 Run"


VIDEO: Springfield celebrates its Route 66 history


PICTURES: See the sights of the 'Birthplace of Route 66 Festival' parade


PICTURES: 'Birthplace of Route 66 Festival' kicks off in downtown Springfield


History Museum, Discovery Center exhibits celebrate Route 66


ROUTE 66: MSU, Ozarks Alive team up for study about trucking on the 'Mother Road'


Celebrate Springfield's Route 66 history with 'Birthplace of Route 66 Festival'


Historic Route 66 store in Lebanon back in business


Expiring law could leave towns on Route 66 without key funding


Tickets on sale Friday for Birthplace of Route 66 Festival concerts


Owner of iconic business on Route 66 dies


WATCH: Springfield's Gillioz Theatre's place in Route 66 history


PHOTOS: Birthplace of Route 66 festival begins final day with run


Birthplace of Route 66 Festival draws thousands of classic car lovers to Springfield


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