Pontiac Super 8 Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... were transferred in July 1860. Both criminals and prisoners of war were confined there during the Civil War. The first corrections officer to be killed there was Joseph Clark in 1865. By 1872 the population had reached 1,239, a record number for a single prison. From the 1870s the prison had work contracts with local businesses. The prison was slow to modernize. There was no running water or toilets in the cells in 1910. The construction of the nearby Stateville Correctional ...
... cake) was realy good too. SO the chief then gives me and escort out to the Joliet Prison, Thanks Again.
Elwood, Wow, from all acounts on the Net and in Books this place looks like nothing in the middle of Nowhere, HOW WRONG... you can't see the Industry around there as you travel through, but the station tells an interesting tail. Petro Chem, All sorts of fertilizer factories, Natural gas lines and a load of stuff I can't remember. ...
Our first stop today was at Pontiac, IL at the site of the Route 66 museum. The museum is a small shop tucked away in a small town across the street from its fire department.
Run on a volunteer basis there are a ton of artifacts from people travelling along Route 66. It even includes a VW Minibus packed with all kinds ...
200 miles today but not all in the right direction as we have had some issues with the signs and have taken the wrong road a few times. This will probably happen every day. We have been through a few museums today - Route 66, Pontiac cars and military and have eaten in a couple of diners. Came through Springfield but did not see any Simpsons. We are just outside St Louis so will be into our second state ...
... gave us directions to the 'Old Prison'. We got there with no probs and had a photo shoot with Brad giving a little old lady (90-ish) a poppy pin for her birthday, which is today - He's such a tart!
We then rolled into a little village called Braidedville, or sommat like that where Brad again tarted another little old lady and got us some free parking right outside a route 66 landmark/museum. we stayed there for ...