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Bridgeport Hill - Hydro, Route 66 Segment

Route 66 Segment, State Highway 66 from Hydro East to US-281 Spur, Bridgeport vicinity

Stretching east from Hydro to the US-281 Spur, a distance of 17.7 miles, is one of the longest intact segments of original Route 66 paving in western Oklahoma. Constructed of Portland Cement with integral curbs and drains, the section represents the best highway engineering practices of the late 1920s and 1930s. It includes the William H. Murray Bridge, which consists of thirty-eight Warren Pony Truss spans making it the second longest bridge in Oklahoma.