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  1. Corn Power: POET Updated

    POET is a company that does biorefining which produces ethanol fuel from corn and also from cellulose waste materials. It is based in
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  2. Sky View Drive Inn Updated

    Sky View Drive In Litchfield, IL is the last remaining Drive In Theatre on Historic route 66 in Illinois. The theatre now sports an Interactive Wayside marker.
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  3. Vali Hi Drive In Updated

    The Vali Hi Drive In in Lake Elmo, MN is one of two surviving outdoor theaters in St. Paul, MN. Owner Bob O'Neil has owned the moonlight moviehouse since 1978.
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  4. Jewels of the North Updated

    Pictures from the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Wisconsin.
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  5. Long Live the King Updated

    The King Drive In has been showing movies to generations of families in their northwestern Alabama town of Russelville.
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  6. Pines to Palms Highway Updated

    Some wags say the camel is a horse designed by a committee. The same might be said for the Jefferson Highway! This long forgotten but now much cherished classic American highway once stretched from the pines of Manitoba, Canada to the sultry palms of New Orleans. Mike Conlin, a map maker by trade, is the president of the Jefferson Highway Association with a passion for reconnecting this legendary thoroughfare. The association’s inaugural meeting was chronicled in the spring issue 2011 of American Road Magazine.
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  7. Movie Manor Updated

    Movie Manor is one of the most unique drive in theatres in North America because it’s the only place where you get both a motel room and a drive in theatre all in one. George Kelloff is the proprietor of the Best Western Movie Manor in Monte Vista, Colorado a truly one of a kind experience.
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  8. Hollywood Museum Updated

    Images of the displays in the Hollywood Museum located in the famous Max Factor building in Hollywood.
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  9. America Travels Route 66 Updated

    Vince Cricchio and his wife travelled the length of Route 66 from Chicago to Sta. Monica, CA with a film crew. The results will be a TV series slated for 2012 entitled "America Travels" that will focus on the towns they visited during the trip.
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  10. Bowl Plaza Updated

    Bowl Plaza is the creation of the Grassroots Art Center in Lucas, Kansas. The plaza is an outdoor restroom built in the shape of a toilet bowl, tank and seat. The art work is all handcrafted from ordinary objects artfully mixed together.
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  11. National Road at 200 Updated

    In May 2011 the National Road celebrated its 200 birthday. That same year, Mary Truitt, the president of the Illinois National Road Association, lead a caravan of antique vehicles from Vandalia, IL to Cumberland, MD.
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  12. LaPorte Remembers Lincoln Highway Updated

    The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association have gathered historical photos surrounding the nations first coast to coast highway. The original highway passed through LaPorte, Indiana in 1915 and some of these images capture that experience.
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  13. Amish Heritage Tour Updated

    The Elkhart Convention and Visitors Bureau has created an audio CD to guide visitors through Amish Country of Northern Indiana. These are scenes from that area.
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  14. Woodward: Avenue of Dreams Updated

    Woodward Ave. in Detroit, Michigan was the first paved stretch of highway in the country. It all stemmed from Mr. Henry Ford's invention, the Model T and his plant in Highland Park, a Detroit suburb.
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  15. Illinois National Highway Assoc. Coloring Book Updated

    13 Page coloring book designed by the Illinois National Highway Assoc. to promote learning about the roadway and its history.
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  16. Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail Updated

    Interactive Map to a Unique Culinary "Delicacy" of New Mexico
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  17. Denver Mint Robbery Tour Updated

    The Fall 2011 issue of American Road Magazine is all about the lurid lives of America’s gangsters, their hangouts, histories and holdups. One of the most famous heists of the 1920’s was the Great Denver Mint Robbery for which no one was formally charged. Now you can try to solve the mystery yourself and have a great time getting to know Denver, Colorado with the Denver Mint Robbery Tour.
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  18. Night Driving Safety Updated

    Tips for Driving Safely at Night from Johnson and Johnson Vision 2011
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  19. Gangster Museum Updated

    Gangster Museum of America is located in Hot Springs, Arkansas
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  20. Pretty Boy's Death Mask Updated

    Arthur (Pretty Boy) Floyd was one of America's most wanted men when he was cornered and killed by lawmen near E. Liverpool, Ohio on Oct. 22, 1934. He was transported to a local funeral home where he was put on display for crowds to see. A death mask was made by the proprietor of the funeral home and is now on display there. The big difference is that it is now a bed and breakfast.
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  21. Rookwood Speakeasy Updated

    Part of the Butte Underground Tours is a vista to the Rookwood Speakeasy, a Prohibition era hootch hangout under the mile high city of Butte, Montana.
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  22. Cowboys and Tommy Guns Updated

    The St. Valentine's Day Massacre led to a killing in St. Joseph, Michigan and the capture of the 2 Thompson Submachine Guns used in the slaughter on Chicago's north side. Lt. Mike Kline, Quartermaster for the Berrien County Sheriff's Dept. is the guardian of those two weapons.
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  23. Washington House Updated

    Two Rivers, Wisconsin is the home of the original Sundae. The Washington House is a museum that chronicles the history of Two Rivers and the Original Sundae.
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  24. Goats on the Roof

    Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant and Butik, Sister Bay, Wisconsin, Fall 2011 Issue.
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  25. White Gull Inn Updated

    White Gull Inn, Fish Creek, Wis. on the Door County Peninsula.
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