The World’s Tallest Oil Derrick<br />
Standing next to the tracks a steel reminder of the Oil Boom that made Tulsa the “Oil Capitol of the World” rises 154 feet in the air...with the historic site of that first oil strike on June 25, 1901
  
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The World’s Tallest Oil Derrick
Standing next to the tracks a steel reminder of the Oil Boom that made Tulsa the “Oil Capitol of the World” rises 154 feet in the air...with the historic site of that first oil strike on June 25, 1901

Filename: Route 66 Village Tulsa Oklahoma 20120416-IMG_6977_8_9-.jpg
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Date 16 Apr 2012
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Copyright: © Greg Disch Photography gdisch@gregdisch.com
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