|City/Town: • Hinton|
|Location Class: • Commercial|
|Built: • 1940 | Abandoned: • 1960's|
|Status: • Abandoned|
|Photojournalist: • Michael Schwarz • Emily Cowan|
Gallery Below of Hinton Junction Courts & Cafe
“4 Mar 1962, 9 – Anadarko Daily News at Newspapers.com.” Newspapers.com, www.newspapers.com/image/631971747/?terms=hinton%2Bjunction.
“Route 66 Lost & Found.” Google Books, Google, books.google.com/books?id=okdgtKfaZGwC&pg=PA68&lpg=PA68&dq=EB%2BENZE%2BHINTON%2BJUNCTION&source=bl&ots=_sTfotPd1r&sig=ACfU3U0w_zDIWP19DsvkzkBFwVAsYKrA3g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi69KeqpYXqAhVFJKwKHRA-CioQ6AEwAXoECAoQAQ#v=onepage&q=EB%20ENZE%20HINTON%20JUNCTION&f=false.
Sonderman, Joe. 66PostCards.Com, www.66postcards.com/postcards/ok/OK077900.html.
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This was actually named Hinton Junction. It is at the intersection of Ok State Hwy 281 and Route 66. My dad worked there when I was a small child and I remember he always brought us a Milky Way bar on Saturday nights after work. Later, when he drove a milk truck and I would run the route with him, he would stop here for coffee. We sat at the counter and on the shelf were many different kinds of canned soup. For some reason I never understood, I always asked for oyster stew and he never, ever let me… Read more »
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How is the place now, have the renovations been done, or the place is now the same.
Indeed very thoughtful by the people. Thanks.
You will need to remember, though, that in the commercial associated with electric power resources, you generally receive what you cover.
There is a house west of this building and the people who live there would like people to ask permission before tramping on their property.
I heard that you're the biggest tramp in town Jean!
Ha! thats awesome! I love that old propane truck.