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Pictures from Arizona

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2014 : After crossing the New Mexico - Arizona border, you encounter a number of Indian Trading Posts.

Kingman, AZ - A "Welcome to Kingman" sign on a water tower marks its connection with Route 66.

2014 : The Meteor Crater was formed approximately 50,000 years ago as result of a collision between a meteorite and planet Earth.

Flagstaff, AZ - 2014 : The hotel Monte Vista is a restored 1920s hotel where many famous people have spent the night.

Two Guns, AZ - 2014 : Two Guns was once a popular tourist stop, including a zoo with mountain lions, bobcats etc.

Winslow, AZ - 2014 : The magnificent La Posada hotel was once a Harvey House hotel and dining room.

Oatman, AZ - The burros in Oatman are descendants of the ones that worked in the area’s gold mines many decades ago

Holbrook, AZ - 2014 : Joe and Aggie's Café, a vintage mom and pop eatery, is the oldest restaurant in Holbrook.

Truxton, AZ - 2014 : The Frontier Motel and Cafe opened in the 1950s to cater to the booming Route 66 traffic.

2014 : The restored Painted Desert Inn is now a museum and store, found inside the Petrified Forest National Park.

Joseph City, AZ - 2014 : The famous “Here It Is” sign lets you know when you’ve arrived at the Jack Rabbit Trading Post.

Winona, AZ - 2014 : This 1920s bridge over Walnut Canyon is also known as the Winona Bridge.

Seligman, AZ - 2014 : Delgadillo's Snow Cap Drive-In is a flamboyant eatery built in 1953 by Juan Delgadillo

Twin Arrows, AZ - 2014 : Two vintage arrows advertised the trading post, which was featured in the 1994 movie "Forrest Gump”.

Winslow, AZ - 2014 : The Standin' on the Corner Park commemorates the Eagles-Jackson Browne song "Take It Easy".

2004 : The long abandoned Painted Desert Trading Post is often considered the "holy grail" for Route 66 roadies.

Hackberry, AZ - 2014 : The Hackberry General Store is one of the best-known souvenir shops on the road.

Flagstaff, AZ - 2014 : The Museum Club is a roadhouse and dance club, formerly known as "The Zoo".

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