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Sayre is a city of 4,400 people (2010) in the Great Plains Country region of southwest Oklahoma. Its economy has been based on agriculture and the production of oil and gas.

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  • RS & K Railroad Museum, 214 N 4th St.
  • 1 Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Cheyenne (25 MI N of Sayre on Route 283), +1 580 497-2742. The site interprets the Battle of Washita Battle where the Cheyenne suffered defeat at the hands of 7th US Calvary under Lt Col George Custer. Free. Washita Battlefield National Historic Site (Q7972608) on Wikidata Washita Battlefield National Historic Site on Wikipedia

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  • Flying W Guest Ranch, 10874 N 1920 Rd, +1 580-277-1304. Trail rides, fishing, cattle gathering, bull riding and other "old west" activities. Also has a museum and gift shop.

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Routes through Sayre
AmarilloErick  W I-40.svg E  Elk CityOklahoma City
Dodge City ← Cheyenne ←  N US 283.svg S  MangumVernon
AmarilloErick  W US 66 (historic).svg E  Elk CityOklahoma City


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