One Room Jail
The One Room Jail in Texola is a quirky roadside attraction along Route 66. The building, which was constructed out of cinder blocks at the end of the 1800s, consists of a single room with entry through an iron barred door. The interior also includes an iron barred window and displays about notorious outlaws. Outside, there is a randomly placed tombstone-style memorial paying homage to the graduating high school class of 1938.