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Map of Route 66 through Texas

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Route 66 Map, Texas

The following Interactive Map of Route 66 in Texas which shows the alignment of Route 66 across the state and each of the villages, towns and cities that is passes through.
It includes the infamous Jericho Gap and the historic segment of Route 66 through Conway (Listed in the National Register of Historic Places)
Click on the town icons of the map for a link to more detailed information on their attractions, landmarks, history and accommodations plus detailed local maps.

This Google Map shows the different courses taken by Route 66 over the years across Texas and the dropdown menus provide links to all the towns along US Highway 66 for even more detailed information.

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Map of Route 66

Map of Route 66 in Texas

across Texas.

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towns

Click on a town's icon for a link to its web page: Full information on each town: attractions, landmarks, accommodation and mores maps with driving directions for the Route 66 alignment close to each town

Google Maps. Terms. Nicolas Mollet, CC BY SA 3.0 License

Color key to the map

Pale Blue: marks the driveable olde rsections.
Blue and Black: other alignments of Route 66 (click on the "town" icon closest to them for full details).
The "Gaps" are where the original roadbed is now buried under the interstate highway (I-40).

(for the other parts of the map, check the color key of the map of the corresponding city)

More Texas Resources

Read about the Attractions in Texas and the Texas's Historic Places classified by type: church, motel, hotel, bridge, service station, etc.

Find out where to stay Hotels in Texas. A list of Texas's towns and cities on US 66.

Full information on each town along Route 66:

Texas towns and cities

Alphabetical list of Towns

Credits

Banner image: Dead Man's Curve, Laguna New Mexico by Perla Eichenblat.