Drive America’s Highways for 3 miles west along the historic Route 66 in McLean, Texas.
Welcome back to McLean Texas — home of the Devil’s Rope Museum! Like last time, we start the video fresh of I-40 on Route 66 just east of town. We make our way into the center of town and, after passing the aforementioned museum, we stop at the recreated Philips 66 station — the first Phillips Petroleum Company retail outlet built outside Oklahoma at the time — before continuing west out of town.
We end the video merging back on to I-40 just west of McLean.
Note: This video updates our older (darker) drive through McLean, which you can find below:
Interesting that old US-66 is signed as Business 40 in the map you seen here. I know there was an Arizona Business 40 and it was cosigned with US-66 in Williams, AZ.
Most of the old 66 is signed as Business 40 in most of the states. MO and IL seem to be the exceptions.
To be more specific, it's signed as Business 40 in most cities. In the rural areas, it's either a state route (usually 66, like in MO and OK) or a county road (in the case of California).