When your group is out exploring Route 66, you have to schedule a stop at the Soulsby Service Station, one of the oldest, most original service stations located on Historic Route 66. Stop by and discover such a rich history that started here when an Irish immigrant, Henry Soulsby, opened his service station on Route 66 in 1926. The station was run by his family for years before it was eventually shuttered and sold at auction. Today, a group of volunteers have refurbished the station and brought it back to its glory of the 1950s. The sunshine yellow pumps and bright Shell Oil sign are a true blast from the past and worth pulling over for to snap a pic.