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Mayflower Inn (Demolished)
Galveston, TX
Photo courtesy Richard Weiss

The Mayflower Inn in Galveston, TX was built in 1941 and is designed in the shape of a ship. The Mayflower was being demolished in January 2007 and will be the future home of a mid-rise condominium development. 02-07

 

 

Sun Motel
San Antonio, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Sun Motel features a familiar looking marquee that is not unlike some of the other motels with the Sun name. 07-07

 

 

Steele Motel
San Antonio, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the the marquee for the Steele Motel in San Antonio. Not sure if the sign is stating that there are 3 rooms with the rest being apartments or if the whole place has been converted to long-term housing. 07-07

 

 

First Last Motel in Texas
Glenrio, TX
Photo courtesy Rod Holcomb

The First Last Motel in Texas is something of a Route 66 landmark.

Depending on which direction you're going on Route 66, now I-40, this cleverly named motel is either the last motel found in Texas or the first. Found in the ghost town of Glenrio, TX, the First Last Motel is a fine example of a bypassed Route 66 business, left to rot as cars whiz by on the nearby interstate. 11-10

 

First Last Motel in Texas
Glen Rio, TX
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

 

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