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Travel Route 66: A Guide to the History, Sights, and Destinations Along the Main Street of America

Jim Hinckley

14.75 USD

Route 66 in California (Images of America)

Glen Duncan

21.99 USD

Bagdad Cafe

Percy Adlon, Eleonore Adlon, Christopher Doherty

12.72 USD

Route 66: The Mother Road 75th Anniversary Edition

Michael Wallis

26.51 USD

A Selection of Pictures from California

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Los Angeles, CA - 2014 : The 22-foot tall fiberglass statue Chicken Boy is a landmark statue in the Highland Park area.

Needles, CA - 2014 : The "Welcome to Needles" covered wagon was formerly used as a sign for the El Rancho Hotel.

Amboy, CA - 2014 : Roy’s has become an icon for a lonely desert gas stop due to the multiple appearances in movies.

Santa Monica, CA - 2014 : A sign at the Santa Monica Pier marks the symbolic end of the legendary American highway.

Los Angeles, CA - 2014 : The Figueroa Street Tunnels are a set of four tunnels that once carried Route 66 traffic.

Pasadena, CA - 2004 : The Colorado Street Bridge over the Arroyo Seco is sometimes referred to as the Suicide Bridge.

San Bernardino, CA - 2014 : The iconic Wigwam Motel in San Bernardino is one of only three remaining wigwam villages.

Newberry Springs, CA - 2014 : The film Bagdad Café was shot at what was then the Sidewinder Cafe, now called the Bagdad Café.

Helendale, CA - 2014 : Elmer Long has built the Bottle Tree Ranch after inheriting his father’s sizable bottle collection.

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