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.
$50.00
Santa Fe Chief
Coming through downtown Oklahoma City, mid-sixties.
$50.00
3001 Building, Tinker AFB
OCALC, Air Logistics Center. Headquarters of the Air Force Material Command. Provides depot maintainence, product support, services and supply chain management.
$50.00
Bricktown Canal
Bricktown Canal links downtown, Bricktown, and the OK River. Has water taxis to tourist attractions, restaurants, and events.
$50.00
Broadway Avenue, 1892
Downtown Oklahoma City as it appeared in 1892.
$50.00
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.
$50.00
Cattlemen's Cafe
Steakhouse opened in 1910 in Stockyards City in Oklahoma City. Oldest continuously operating restaurant in Oklahoma City.
$50.00