Ambler’s Texaco Gas Station Is A Must-Visit Historic Location Along Illinois’ Route 66

Route 66 was the first roadway that connected Chicago to Los Angeles, creating the shortest route between the midwest and west coast. Established in 1926, this route became popular and many motels, roadside attractions, and gas stations popped up for travelers to stop at along the way. In 1985, the route was decommissioned but there are still many sites you can visit along this old historic route including Ambler’s Texaco Gas Station in Dwight.

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Have you visited the old Ambler’s Texaco Gas Station in Dwight? What is your favorite roadside attraction along Illinois’ historic Route 66? Feel free to start a discussion in the comment section.

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Address: Ambler's Texaco Gas Station, W Waupansie St, Dwight, IL 60420, USA