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Joseph City, AZ
Established in 1878 as Allen's Camp and located on old Route 66 roughly
between I-40 Exits 277 and 274. Several interesting photo ops here.
5372 Geronimo Rd
A large gift shop & restaurant with what they call the worlds
largest piece of petrified wood. Teepees and a . ... read
Main Street just west of I-40 exit 277.
This marker commemorates the fort that stood on this site. It's
between ... read
On Main St west of I-40, exit 277
This private residence was once a Phillips 66 cottage-style
filling station. It is located just west of between Roberson &
Shelley Ave. ... read
4467 Main St., Joseph City
This abandoned adobe garage on the west end of Joseph City offered
serices like windshield replacement, brake ... read
Note: Go staight ahead here for a short distance on old 66 to see
the next to landmarks.
Main Street W. near I-40 Exit 274
(RT66 Hay Sales & Feed Store)
In 1950 this was Howdy Hank's Hopi Village Indian Store and .
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NOTE: Turn aroud at Ella's and return to the I-40 interchange
at exit 274 and cross over the freeway and then turn west on the south
frontage road, which turns into the 1922 -67 Route 66, and follow that
to the Jackrabbit Trading Post near I-40 exit 269.
South side of I-40 at exit 269
Signs like this led the way to the Jack Rabbit Trading Post on
Route 66 for an untold number of travelers, and it ... read
At I-40 exit by Jack Rabbit Trading Post
South side of I-40 at exit 269 by Jack Rabbit Trading Post. Just
how long is a "country mile"? Going west, hop on
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tuned, there's more to come!