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Posted 28 August 2006 - 10:51 AM

This is an interesting article...I love this Steak n' Shake in Springfield, Missouri on Route 66. We took some cool photos of it on our way back from the Tulsa Route 66 Festival back in June 2004 (scroll down a little into the page):

Springfield, MO - Steak n' Shake


Link to Route 66 could land eatery on historic register

by Jenny Fillmer, News-Leader

Not many people can say they've worked in the same building since they were 14. Even fewer can say it still looks pretty much the same.

Gary Leonard, owner of five Steak 'n Shake restaurants in Springfield, is the exception, making it a point to keep up the retro-style diner his family built downtown in 1962 at St. Louis Street and National Avenue.

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