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Route 66 - Changing Courses & Landscapes Through St. Louis

Today it is hard to imagine that there was at time when people who were traveling to the west or the east through St. Louis were not passing through at 65 mph through an uninterrupted concrete canyon lined with steep embankments and sound walls. Instead, they traveled the streets of St. Louis seeing everything you would see if you were being taken on a sightseeing tour. This was the time before interstate highways when Route 66 went right through the heart of the City.
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