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Texola, Oklahoma (Route 66)

Texola, Oklahoma was officially established as a town in 1901. It was founded as a result of the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad (CO&G) extending its tracks through the area, leading to the development of the town. Texola’s early economy was closely tied to the railroad and agriculture, and it later became a notable stop along the historic Route 66.

Route 66 Attractions in Texola, Oklahoma

  1.  Tumbleweed Grill and Country Store, also known as Water Hole #2
  2. Texola Jail
  3. Magnolia Gas Station Texola, Oklahoma. The remains of the Gas Station.
  4. Abandoned buildings from the U.S. Highway 66 days are all over town giving the place a feeling of a Ghost Town even though about 40 people live in the area.




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