Old Route 66 in Arizona:

Seligman




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This eye-catching sign attracts travelers to the Stagecoach 66 Motel.


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The Supai Motel sign is also hard to miss.



Snow Cap Drive-In

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The Snow Cap Drive-In, originally operated by Angel's late brother Juan Delgadillo. Now Juan's family serves up the "Cheeseburgers With Cheese."


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Another house specialty: "Dead Chicken."


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Vintage autos and gas pumps decorate "Juan's Garden."



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The Giant Chicken of Seligman.



Route 66 Visitor Center

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The Route 66 Visitor Center and Gift Shop is located in the former barber shop.


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"The Angel of Route 66": Angel Delgadillo.


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Angel Delgadillo personally signed this post card for me (photo by Bill Leverton).


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Angel was the town barber for many decades.


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Betty Boop serves up a generous helping of Route 66 memorabilia.



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This sign for the Copper Cart diner reflects the route's wagon-road origins.


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A big crowd always hangs out at The Rusty Bolt.


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The Roadkill Cafe. The menu features "Bad Break Steak," "Splatter Platter" and "Fender Tenders."


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The Route 66 Motel sign is a glorious neon reproduction of the classic road sign.


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Last visited: July 2008, July 2009.

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Revised: August 26, 2009
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