Located on Historic Route 66 at an old street car stop.
Built in 1930
350 Square foot Building
This little red Buick building, built during the Automobile Era on Route 66,
has welcomed visitors for 90 years and counting.
The once quiet skyline could never have known what was coming.
Large majestic buildings like the one in the rear view mirror, grew faster than the trees. The dirt road turned to gravel and eventually layers and layers of tar took over. Thankfully the pavement’s hunger was satisfied
only inches from the buildings’ exterior walls.
An iconic advertising piece, the white Milk Bottle;
an undeniable nod to old glass milk bottles,
stands almost 20 feet tall.
Original Painting 24×36 Oil on Canvas.
Painting Completed onOctober 4, 2017