|Postcard series on U.S. 66 and 60 at East City Limits, Amarillo, Texas, and an authorized Standard Oil Dealer. Everything a traveler could want, gasoline and a place to sleep.|
by Preziosi Postcards.
|Oh dear, oh where could Alan's Chevrolet be. I hope we haven't lost it?|
photo by Library of Congress, at Chicago, which also was the point of origin for the famous Highway Route 66, about 1941.
We should interrupt our road trip for a moment to post a couple of the gasoline stations that aided in our journey from Chicago, Illinois to New Mexico, and on to California and Mexico....
|Most everyone knows that you must take your Chevrolet to Texaco at least once on your road trip.|
|Right in the heart of downtown Minneapolis where the palm trees here are only painted on buildings. This was Tankar gas station on Washington Avenue in 1932.|
photo by Library of Congress, Minnesota Historical.
Of course after thinking about all that gasoline consumption aren't we a bit hungry again? Or maybe we should travel slightly north and cruise through Salt Lake City, Utah first.
They call this Eagle Gate, Salt Lake City, Utah....can you spot Alan's Chevrolet?
Okay, now we'll drive a bit more and then find that spot to eat......I'm starved, how about you?
Last stop on our journey will be a splash of color and jazz....everyone welcome to
|The Madonna Inn on Highway 101 and Madonna Road San Luis Obispo, California. This is their lobby. - (We'll all meet up in their Champagne Bar, directly around the corner) please don't be late....|