Intersection of Hwy 19 and Old Rt. 66 Cuba MO 65453 home
Come see what is happening at the renovated Carr-Phillips 66 building in beautiful Cuba, Missouri! Now open for business!
Built in 1932 by Paul T. Carr who operated under the Phillips 66, Skelly, and Standard Oil brands, as well as a Pontiac dealership until his death in 1964. Carr's gas station would provide the first jobs for many of the young people of Cuba.
Purchased in 1968 by Bill and Lynn Wallis, it would become their first Mobil station and office. After Bill Wallis passed away in 2001, Lynn began a project to restore the property to honor Bill and the history of the station. Wallis Oil has grown to over 600 employees, and is now located across the street. .
We feel very fortunate to be a part of the history of the Paul T. Carr building, and want to thank the Wallis Family for this opportunity.
So come and enjoy a meal in the ambiance of this charming building and watch Route 66 travelers. Come enjoy a glass of local wine and an appetizer with an old buddy, or a kebab dinner on your way to a concert in Steelville.
Book a cottage at the historic Wagon Wheel hotel and check out all that Cuba has to offer; Crawford County History Museum, many bars, restaurants and quaint shops.
Looking forward to making your stop at The FourWay a memorable one!