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A 15-foot-long, steel replica of the Cuba-Salem branch train sits at the intersection of Route 19 and Washington Boulevard. Father and son team Glen and Curtis Tutterrow sculpted the train in three pieces, which were welded together. While visiting the train, please enjoy the 12 outdoor murals along the Route 66 corridor. Mural brochures are available in some area businesses and at the I-44 Visitor Center (Exit 208).
The train replica is located in a landscaped pocket park along the Route 66 corridor in the town's historic district with shopping and dining available.
A one-quarter size, 1,200 pound replica of the Hubble Space Telescope. Born in Marshfield, Edwin Powell Hubble became a famous astronomer who changed the understanding of the universe by demonstrating the existence of other galaxies. Located on the west side of the square.
A 30 foot tall Morel Mushroom. Directions: Route 71; exit at Route M; take the first right and circle back to where you can park on the pavment and walk over.
This small replica of the Statue of Liberty is located at the entrance to Indian Foothills Park.
This half-scale replica of Stonehenge was created using water-jet technology at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
The interior reflects accommodations for those riding in a caboose, including sleeping cot, table, chair, typewriter, stove, bathroom facility and access to the crow's nest. Only outside viewing at this time.
Route 66 Part Two
Charming cities and unique attractions along Route 66.
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