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Shea's Gas Station Museum


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Shea's Gas Station Museum A favorite photo stop for Route 66 travelers from around the world. Shea's Gas Station Museum is a charming and eclectic collection of over half a century of gas station memorabilia. Shea's is closed during the Illinois State Fair.


Admission: Admission
Hours: T-F: 7am-4pm S: 7am-noon
Address: 2075 Peoria Rd.
Phone: 217-522-0475

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