Stretched out from windy Chicago to sunny L.A., Route 66, often referred to as the Mother Road, presents a series of diverse tales that paint a picture of American history. Though there are some parts of Route 66 that can’t be traveled, the famous road still encapsulates the idea of the American Road Trip. One city the iconic route passes through, Amarillo, Texas, sought to celebrate its ties to Route 66 with a fresh, new design, added to a local steel water tank.
City of Amarillo Celebrates Historic Route 66 Ties with Redesigned Water Tower
Categories Water Tanks/Infrastructure