Fort McPherson, ironically located just off of the Lincoln Highway, several miles north of the actual site of the Fort.
Village of Maxwell, that has several quaint highway-heyday era architecture examples.
Brady, you'll also find unique Lincoln Highway architecture.
Cozad and had to back track a little. Above is pictured the Robert Henri Museum.
Next to the Henri Museum is the 100th Meridian Museum.
There is a beautiful mural in downtown Cozad, with the Lincoln Highway being featured prominently.
Lexington misses all of the current downtown and highway frontage. However you will find quite a large section of original brick streets.
Overton is also a quaint village with great architecture.
Tiedes is a must stop for antique enthusiasts. Open every Saturday or by appointment.
Elm Creek before, so I had to find it.
Odessa is another stop for antiquing. The former school has been converted into an antique and furniture store, Odessa Furniture.
Oxen west of Kearney, that is in the process of being restored.
Shelton, you'll find the Nebraska headquarters of the Lincoln Highway Association.
Any time you can take a road trip along the Lincoln Highway, it's a great day! We took about four hours to get from North Platte to Wood River, about 130 miles. I highly recommend taking much longer!