probally bout 10 years at least :l
Yes. Route 66 was once called Route 666. It was originally the sixth branch of the long gone Route 66 that runs through four states in the west.
Since U.S. Highway 66 ceased to exist in 1985, it would be impossible to travel across it. However, one could leave Chicago, drive on several hundreds of kilometers on roads that USED to be part of this highway, and arrive in California in a week to ten days.
If you are talking about U.S.Route 66, it is 2,451 miles.
If the train is moving at 60 miles per hour, it will take about 66 hours.
I'm pretty sure it's Route 66
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They get their Kicks on Route 66. Of course there is no Official Route 66 in 2010.
It's a simple conversion problem: 66 miles x (hour/79 miles) ~ .835 hour ~ 50 minutes
Route 66 - 1960 A Long Piece of Mischief 2-15 was released on: USA: 19 January 1962
2,248 miles long from Chicago to L.A.
Route 66, yes, it's capitalized
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From the Oklahoma border through California, it will take you about 25 hours and 12 minutes, if you drive at 55 mph. If you drive at 65 mph, it will take you about 21 hours and 18 minutes.
Route 66 was built in the 1920s during the "Roaring Twenties".
In the past this route was the main route of traffic to travel on. A lot of things had happened on this route so it holds a lot of history. In the days before the interstate highway system, this was one of two main transcontinental highways in the US. It has a long history and in the late 1950's, a television show was very popular, called..you guessed it...Route 66. The famous song was written about that time. Route 66 cuts through the heartland of the US and it roughly parallels the transcontinental railway. For the people of the mid 20th century, this two lane highway was a marvel indeed because the US was waking to the possibilities of leisure travel. This was also the era of the birth of the motor inn, and franchising of the strip lodge. Regions of this former highway are still being used in certain locations, but it is no longer a continuous highway.
Generally you should figure on 2 weeks if you actually want to see everything and enjoy it.
route 66 was established or opened in November 11, 1926
The construction of Route 66 began in November 11, 1926.
Route 66 is famous in American history because it was America's first highway linking Chicago, IL to Los Angeles, CA. During the Great Depression years of 1933-1938, the development of route 66 provided construction and road maintenance jobs for young males. After its development, it provided even more jobs such as in food and lodging, maintenance, gas station attendants. Route 66 was symbolized as "the road of opportunity" because it allowed for Americans escape from the job scarce east to seek more job opportunities in California.In essence, route 66 provided more jobs and a smooth travel from the Midwest to west.
route 66 was built ...to use in case a war or invasion route 66 was used for easy access to all states. president Roosevelt had this road built for this purpose.