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U.S. Highway 50 was created in 1926.
It ran through Tracy, up Mckinley (now El Dorado) to Charter Way then East and then North on
Wilson Way. Highway 99 turned west on Mariposa Road to Charter Way, then North
on Wilson Way, making the combined Highway 50/Highway 99/Wilson Way one of the
busiest streets in Stockton. The Highway 99 freeway on the east side of Stockton
changed Wilson Way forever. The retail and motels were hard hit. When the city
redeveloped the West End along Center and El Dorado it drove the prostitutes
further east to Wilson Way. This page is a blend of both past and present.
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North Bound - Highway 99 - Arch Road Intersects
Former U.S. Post Office - 3131 Arch Rd
Crest Drive In
3206 S. Highway 99 - The Valls Motel
4320 S. Highway 99 - La Nieto Motel
4340 S. Highway 99 Cabana Mexican Grill
4340 S. Highway 99 Cabana Mexican Grill
Stockton Motorcycle Club - 2739 S. Highway 99 - In their fathers machine shop basement, on April 11th 1924 Jake and Pete Bayer along with 22 of their friends
started the Stockton Motorcycle Club. In 1941 on property loaned by the Bayers, the clubhouse was built using members money. From 1924 to present, the
Stockton Motorcycle Club has been involved in racing, short track, Hillclimbs, Observed Trials, and many other motorcycle related venues. They host the annual
High Sierras Overniter, as well as, two well known social rides, The Sonora Pass Ride and The Hare and Hound Run which began in the 1940's and evolved into
the Hoot Owl Poker Run. Since 1924, the Stockton Motorcycle Club has supported the betterment and enjoyment of the sport of riding motorcycles. They welcome
like minded to individuals join them at the club meetings which are held every Wednesday night
Stockton Motorcycle Club - 2739 S. Highway 99
Highway 99 & 3416 Farmington Road Sierra Motel
Old Highway 99 exit to Charter Way looking Southeast
Clarion Inn -
Highway 99 & 4219 East Waterloo Road Stockton, CA 95215 Nightly Rates (91.99 - 91.99) 2 Star Stockton--deep water port, orchards and farmland, the High
Sierras and beautiful Motherlode country, in the heart of thousands of miles of waterways. Stockton--aggressive, stable and expanding...a great place to work,
an unlimited area for play
From the 1957 Polk Directory: Flagstone Manor Motel (JC and Helen Schroeder) - Telephones, TV, spaciously modern, free ice, clocks, radios, Air
Conditioned, tile showers, swimming pool, 3 miles north of Stockton. 8009 N. Highway 99 - GRanite 7-0287 - The Knight's Inn is at this location now.
8103 N. Hwy 99 - Former Alberts Restaurant / Manor House Restaurant -
8722 N. Highway 99 - Stevens Motel
4416 Hildreth Lane - Corner of Highway 99 - Morada Market open again with new owners
Former Morada Hotel - Highway 99 and Morada Lane
10038 Hwy99 Shopping center - Floyd Perry Jr. photo
In 1947, the Pollards moved to the Stockton area and brought the restaurant with them.
Moving to its present location in 1957 from a site farther north and west of Interstate 99, the Pollards’ Chicken Kitchen slowly evolved into a larger complex featuring a ghost town and other western memorabilia.
The business went for years without incident until 1984, when a fire destroyed the restaurant.
Pollardville closed in 2007 and everything has been demolished
10464 N. Highway 99 - Former Pollardville - Like many of the old businesses that line the old Highway 99, the Pollardville Amusement Center was closed and
demolished. The Pollardville Palace Saloon closed its doors in 2002, and the Chicken Restaurant was closed in 2007. Originally opened in 1944 as the Chicken
Kitchen Restaurant, the restaurant moved in 1957 to its current location along Highway 99 between Stockton and Lodi which started the Pollardville complex.
After a fire destroyed the original restaurant, the Polynesian-themed Islander Restaurant was moved from Pacific Avenue in Stockton to Pollardville in the
mid-1980's. photo by Mark Jeffries. The Chicken Kitchen when it was on the West side of Highway 99. In 1957 It was moved to the east side of Highway 99 and additions were made
10880 N. Highway 99 at Eight Mile Rd. - Royce Farms BBQ - Royce Farms tradition dates back to 1939 and inside their restaurant you’ll discover hundreds of
unique photo’s, stories, and artifacts. They are long time devotees of racing and civic leaders in the community
Highway 99 and Highway Northbound 12 exit Photo uploaded by Joel Windmiller">
Highway 99 and Highway Northbound 12 exit Photo uploaded by Joel Windmiller
Lodi Airport - 23987 N. Hwy 99. Acampo - Sitting near Highway 99 the classic DC-3 gleams in the early morning sunlight at the Lodi,CA airport. The addition of
the DOUGLAS titles adds a nice nostalgic touch