26 episodes

Talks with people living and working along the Mother Road

Route 66 Podcast The Mother Road

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

Talks with people living and working along the Mother Road

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

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An outstanding podcast that takes the listener back to when times were slower.
This podcast has severely altered my trip out to California that I’m making at the end of this month,,,, and I’m ok with that.

Andyb27 ,

History lessons

I am planning my first trip down Route 66 soon and the podcast has taught me a lot about the road I had no idea about.

This is a great podcast, for anyone interested in road travel, road history, or Americana .

Tie-man ,

2. Michael Wallis Interview

I loved this interview. I appreciate the way you ask a question and then just let Michael Wallis answer without many interruptions. You let him tell the story!

A retired teacher, I used Route 66 to teach my students about American history as part of a unit I called America’s Highways. Route 66 was like a timeline from the ‘20s through the ‘50s.

I used a 16-minute clip from the Special Features of “CARS” that included interviews with Michael Wallis and Angel Delgadillo. It supports your Podcast perfectly.

In support of Michael Wallis’ statement that Route 66 is internationally famous, I took my family on a road trip across Arizona on/near Route 66. We stopped in Seligman and visited with Angel Delgadillo. What a delight. While there, three separate tour busses stopped at Angel’s souvenir shop. One was full of Europeans, the other two contained Asians! They really are knowledgeable about the Mother Road!
Michael Hymas

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