By CBSLA Staff

SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — A piece of history is finally back in the Cajon Pass.

The 100-year-old concrete table that once stood at Camp Cajon, the famous rest stop on Route 66, has returned to its original location.

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The table was moved to Lytle Creek Park in San Bernardino after a flood destroyed the park 80 years ago.

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Work crews recently brought the 1,700-pound table back and it’s now next to a new Camp Cajon monument along a stretch of old Route 66.

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