Roadside oddity

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Antoinette (Sheboygan County, Wisconsin)
Ben Bikin' (Monroe County, Wisconsin)
World's Largest Bicyclist Marking Sparta's Claim as Bicycle Capital of the World
Blue Whale (Rogers County, Oklahoma)
Bob's Java Jive (Pierce County, Washington)
Late 1920s Era Roadside Lounge
Bottle Tree Ranch (San Bernardino County, California)
Bunyon Giant (McLean County, Illinois)
Chatty Belle (Clark County, Wisconsin)
"The World's Largest Talking Cow" (Probably the world's only talking cow)
Col Pooles BBQ (Gilmer County, Georgia)
Forevertron (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
World's Largest Scrap Iron Sculpture
Frog Rock (Pulaski County, Missouri)
Georgia Guidestones (Elbert County, Georgia)
Giganticus Headicus (Mohave County, Arizona)
Grand Guitar (Sullivan County, Tennessee)
Grandview (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
A sculpture garden created by Nick and Katherine Englebert from 1937 through the 1950s.
Henrys Rabbit Ranch (Macoupin County, Illinois)
Route 66 Landmark
House on a Bridge (Monroe County, Tennessee)
Howard Finster's Paradise Gardens (Chattooga County, Georgia)
Iowas Largest Frying Pan (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Large steel frying pan
Lady Bent Over, Ring, Car (Monroe County, Tennessee)
Leon's Frozen Custard (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Meramec Caverns Barn (Livingston County, Illinois)
Restored advertisement barn only old route 66
Millennium Manor (Blount County, Tennessee)
Sign reads: Zombie Outbreak Shelter, Skeletons on the roof
Mothman Statue (Mason County, West Virginia)
Muffler Man with Plane (Fannin County, Georgia)
In front of Free Time Hobbies
Paul Bunyan (Coconino County, Arizona)
Pigeon Forge Oddity / Oddities (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Pink Panthers at Flack's Flooring (Forsyth County, Georgia)
Prairie Moon Sculpture Garden & Museum (Buffalo County, Wisconsin)
Lifetime collection of a self-taught artisan; Restored by the Kohler Foundation in 1994
Punkyville, Kentucky (Pendleton County, Kentucky)
Sayre Underpass (Beckham County, Oklahoma)
Slug Bug Ranch (Carson County, Texas)
Tee Pee Curios (Quay County, New Mexico)
The Big Chicken (Cobb County, Georgia)
The Mill Restaurant (Logan County, Illinois)
Route 66 icon building
The UFO House (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Two Guns (Coconino County, Arizona)
Wears Valley (Sevier County, Tennessee)
Welcome to Needles Borax Wagon (San Bernardino County, California)
Williamstown Tipi (Grant County, Kentucky)
A large metallic tipi that was once part of a gas station along US 25.
Wisconsin Concrete Park (Price County, Wisconsin)
Sculpture garden of self-taught artisan, Fred Smith
World's Largest (Maybe) Badger (Shawano County, Wisconsin)
A huge, fiberglass badger that stares out at the highway.
World's tallest non-operating oil rig (Beckham County, Oklahoma)
Worlds Largest Amish Chair (Union County, Georgia)
In front of the Owltown Market
Yard Bird (Lewis County, Washington)