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US 66
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US 66

The legendary US 66 connected St. Louis and Chicago in Illinoison its way to Santa Monica. A good chunk of US 66 was decommissioned in 1976, and the rest was lost in 1979. I-55 replaced the majority of US 66.
 
Historic Route: East St. Louis () < 0 miles > Chicago (US 41)
 


Cities Served: Berwyn, Bloomington, Braidwood, Channahon, Chenoa, Chicago, Cicero, Divernon, Dwight, Edwardsville, Gardner, Granite City, Joliet, Lexington, Lincoln, Litchfield, Mt. Olive, Normal, Odell, Plainfield, Pontiac, Sherman, Springfield, Staunton, Williamsville, Worden
Counties Served: Cook, DuPage, Livingston, Logan, Macoupin, Madison, McLean, Montgomery, Sangamon, Will
Status: Decommissioned
Ending at US 66: Illinois 38, Illinois 43, Illinois 112
Related Links: » Historic Route 66 - Illinois (National Scenic Byways)
  » Historic US 66 from Endpoints of US highways
  » Route 66 Recommissioning Initiative - Illinois
  » Route 66 The Mother Road
  » US 66 from Wikipedia


The eastern terminus of US 66 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with descriptions.
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The western terminus of US 66 has not been photographed for this site. Any and all photos are welcome, along with descriptions.
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