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Route 66: Marathon Tour - Chicago to L.A. (Tin Packaging)

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Rails & the Mother Road - A Route 66 Railroad Adventure (Highball Productions)

Highball Productions

21.96 USD

Moon Route 66 Road Trip (Travel Guide)

Jessica Dunham

17.99 USD

The Illustrated Route 66 Historical Atlas

Jim Hinckley

26.25 USD

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A Selection of Pictures from New Mexico

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La Bajada Hill, NM - 2004 : Driving down La Bajada Hill is almost impossible nowadays, but it makes for a great hike!

Endee, NM - 2014 : This abandoned cabin with "modern restrooms" painted on the side, offers a unique photo opportunity.

La Bajada Hill is one of the most interesting, but most difficult to traverse, segments of Route 66.

Budville, NM - 2014 : The Budville Trading Co. was a gas station and trading post, once operated by Bud Rice who got murdered during a hold-up.

NM - 2014: abandoned rusty car that provides an excellent photo opportunity!

Grants, NM - 2014 : The retro sign of the Grants Cafe was returned and restored as part of a neon restoration project.

Continental Divide, NM - 2014 : At the Continental Divide in New Mexico, an old covered wagon is on display.

Tucumcari, NM - 2014 : Tee Pee Curios is a souvenir shop and Indian art shop, located in a building with a large concrete teepee.

Albuquerque, NM - 2014 : This fiberglass lumberjack giant is located on top of the May Café

Tucumcari, NM - 2014 : This 1939 iconic Blue Swallow Motel is one of the crown jewels of Route 66.

Continental Divide, NM - 2014 : A huge sign indicates where the former Whiting Brothers motel and station was.

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