Route 66 dining history “Cruisin’ with Lincoln on 66″ Visitors Center

Combination of 2 recordings. Neither looked that out of focus when I recorded them – but do now. These are a part of several informative screens detailing Route 66 history inside “Cruisin’ with Lincoln on 66″ Visitors Center in downtown Bloomington Illinois.

Video shows = Streid’s gas station / restaurant and motel, First Steak ‘n Shake ( Normal Illinois ) which I think is now a Monical’s Pizza, Bob Johnson’s Brandtville Restaurant Bloomington IL, Dixie Trucker’s Home McLean, Illinois and Steve’s Cafe Chenoa IL.

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