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The Cow in the Corn Sculpture - Lincoln, IL

A collaboration from two Lincoln, Illinois artists has produced a 22’ tall x 25’ wide sculpture located in down town Lincoln on the corner of Pulaski and Sangamon streets. Moses Pinkerton and Jason Hoffman of Logan County Arts erected the large steel sculpture with the help of heavy equipment in a downtown area park on July 20th of 2014. The “66” part of the sculpture was “originally loops there for nostrils”, but the 66 that emerged in the design was “an added kicker in promoting the idea to the city (of Lincoln),” according to Pinkerton.

Investigating the Futuro House
Submitted By: John Roberts
Having moved from Missouri to Michigan in 1976, I'd driven Old 66/I55 many times over the years, but since moving to California, the trip has become a biannual jaunt more or less following Route 66.
Kruzin’ with the Bilecki’s - Litchfield Museum & Route 66 Welcome Center
To quote Larry the Cable guy - “Get ‘er Done” - and they “Got ‘er Done”!!! We went on down for the grand opening and ribbon cutting on June 1st, 2013 of the new museum. This is definitely another addendum to the State of Illinois Mother Road. Thanks to a fledgling group in April of 2011 consisting of Chick Bishop, Anne Jackson and Martha Jackson this dream became a reality.
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