John's Modern Cabins are an abandoned ghost tourist court on U.S. Route 66 in Newburg, Missouri. Unmaintained since 1971 and bypassed since the 1960s, the property is in dire condition and beyond repair.<br />
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Originally built in1931 by Beatrice and Bill Bayliss and called Bill and Bess's Place, a tourist court with a dance hall and six log cabins on U.S. Route 66 in Missouri serving travellers on the main road of the day. In the depression era, cabins and campgrounds were popular low-cost alternatives to expensive hotels.
  
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John's Modern Cabins are an abandoned ghost tourist court on U.S. Route 66 in Newburg, Missouri. Unmaintained since 1971 and bypassed since the 1960s, the property is in dire condition and beyond repair.

Originally built in1931 by Beatrice and Bill Bayliss and called Bill and Bess's Place, a tourist court with a dance hall and six log cabins on U.S. Route 66 in Missouri serving travellers on the main road of the day. In the depression era, cabins and campgrounds were popular low-cost alternatives to expensive hotels.

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