"Visit 66 on 66 at the
Chandler Phillips 66 Station!"

Remember those days when every road trip your family took was filled with magic? We sure do!  We welcome visitors to stop by, chat and see our progress.

The Phillips 66 Station in Chandler, Oklahoma, was built in early 1930. Since 1997, we've been working to restore the station to its original appearance for future generations to enjoy.

In 2002, our work earned a Cyrus Avery Award for preservation from the National Route 66 Federation. Current plans call for the installation of a museum inside the station so travelers may truly step back in time.

To read a feature story about the station's restoration in AMERICAN ROAD magazine, CLICK HERE!

This site designed and maintained by MOCK TURTLE PRESS and AMERICAN ROAD magazine 2004-2005.
Special thanks to Kathy Anderson, Jim Ross, and the Oklahoma State Tourism Bureau.