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Route-66 Mid-Point
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Adrian, Texas is located only 22 miles from New Mexico in the starkly flat Texas panhandle. This farming town of 159 people boasts of being the mid-point of Route 66. Adrian is 1139 miles from Los Angeles, California and 1139 miles from Chicago, Illinois.

Cattle ranching, along with wheat and cotton farming are Adrian’s principle livelihoods. Delicious home made pies and down home conversation are plentiful at the café in this photo.

Copyright: Louis Davidson
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Uploaded: 16/09/2008
Updated: 07/04/2012
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