Lucille’s Service Station also known as “Provine Station. . It was built in 1929 and is one of the best-preserved examples of early 20th-century service stations on Route 66. It’s now a museum and visitor center, offering insight into the history of Route 66 and the area. Lucille nickname was the “Mother of the Mother Road.” Address: 101 E Main St, Hydro, OK 73048
Washita River Bridge: While not located within Hydro itself, the Washita River Bridge is a historic bridge on Route 66 just a short drive west of Hydro. The bridge dates back to 1931 and is a picturesque stop for Route 66 enthusiasts.