OK Landmarks

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Milk Bottle
Oklahoma City's Milk Bottle building is a uniquely shaped little structure sitting alongside an old alignment of Route 66. The large metal milk bottle was added to the roof in 1948.
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Santa Fe Chief
Coming through downtown Oklahoma City, mid-sixties.
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Grafitti Bridge
The old railroad bridge on N. Western in OKC was painted by many high school seniors throughout the late 70s and 80s. It was finally removed when the street was widened.
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Bricktown Canal
Bricktown Canal links downtown, Bricktown, and the OK River. Has water taxis to tourist attractions, restaurants, and events.
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Broadway Avenue, 1892
Downtown Oklahoma City as it appeared in 1892.
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Broncho Theatre
Broadway Avenue in Edmond, OK. Built in 1936. operated until the early 70's. In 1947 Edmond's first 22-bed hospital opened on the second floor.
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Cattlemen's Cafe
Steakhouse opened in 1910 in Stockyards City in Oklahoma City. Oldest continuously operating restaurant in Oklahoma City.
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Central High School
Built by Solomon Layton about 1910. Served as an Oklahoma City high school for 60 years. Now the home of the Oklahoma City University School of Law
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Deer Creek General Store
Deer Creek, OK. Was a popular hangout for Deer Creek students, originally called Rosie's.
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Eischen's Bar Inside
Eischen's Bar opened shortly after the end of Prohibition. The massive back bar, a vital part of the history of Eischen's was hand-carved in the early 1800's.
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Eischen's Bar Ouside
Originally established as Eischen's Saloon in 1896, Eischen's is the oldest bar in OK. It is famous for it's fried chicken and cold beer.
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3001 Building, Tinker AFB
OCALC, Air Logistics Center. Headquarters of the Air Force Material Command. Provides depot maintainance, product support, services and supply chain management.
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Flight Test, Tinker AFB
Hangar used to do maintainence on B-52 planes during the Vietnam War.
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Hollywood & Vine, Tinker AFB
This is a legendary intersection in the 3001 Building, where jet engines are re-built.
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Lake Hefner Lighthouse
Built in 1999, along the Lake Hefner shores in NW Oklahoma City, the lighthouse is 35 feet tall. Called the East Wharf Lighthouse.
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Lake Hefner Skyline
Located in NW Oklahoma City, it is a favorite destination for recreation such as biking, running, sailing, and fishing.
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Library, Buttram Estate
Library in the former home of oil baron and philanthropist, Frank Buttram. Completed in 1938 the home included this extensive library. This is a signed and numbered print of 250.
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Meers
The old town of Meers, OK sprang up during a bogus gold rush in the Wichita Mountains. Now a hamburger restaurant, the last remaining building in the town.
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Monkey Island
Located in the Oklahoma City Zoo, the island was created as a habitat for monkeys and was enjoyed by visitors for 60 years.
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Oil Well
A typical cable tool drilling rig from the 1860's until 1940.
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OK State Capitol
Designed by architect Solomon Layton in 1914. After 85 years, the capitol dome was built and dedicated on statehood day, November 16, 2002.
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Oklahoma City National Memorial
Built after the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building which killed 168 people and injured many more.
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Oklahoma City Montage
Created by Greg to depict local interesting places. Includes the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds, the police station, Memorial Park Cemetery, Kilpatrick Museum, entrance to Bricktown, and many more.
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Patio
Was the place to eat in Oklahoma City, located on the ne side of the Classen traffic circle. The best greasy spoon with an amazing staff longevity.
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SkyDance Bridge
Erected in 2012 a pedestrian bridge and a 197 foot tall sculpture. It spans Interstate 40 at Robinson Ave., south of downtown Oklahoma City. The sculpture is a stylized homage to the state bird, the Scissortail Flycatcher.
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Skyline, Oklahoma City
A 1985 depiction of Oklahoma City soon after the Crystal Bridge at the Myriad Gardens was built.
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Skyline, 2012 Oklahoma City
A view of the Oklahoma City skyline from Bricktown, including the new Devon Tower.
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A Bur Oak tree hundreds of years old in far northwest Oklahoma City.
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