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Lupton to Allentown, AZ
Welcome to Lupton Arizona! These first three landmarks are arranged as
if you took NM Hwy 118 out of Gallup. If you took I-40 and got off at
Exit 359 you come to Chief Yellowhorse Trading Post first.
North Frontage Road, I-40, exit 359
The sign says this is the biggest teepee in the southwest, well
it is 60 feet tall and packed full of interesting stuff ... read
Located on the south frontage Road for I-40, at exit 359 This one
time busy trading post is closed and now just a cool photo op ...
Post Office Sanctuary
South Frontage Road, Lupton, A
The Little Post Office Sanctuary building is a bit of a mystery.
The sign on the front says it was, a church but the name is kind
of ... read
Under I-40, Lupton, AZ
To get to the twin tunnels under I-40 take the south frontage
road about 5.3 miles west from ... read
Allentown is located at I-4- exit 351. From 1926 to 1931 historic
Route 66 went through Allentown.
I-40 exit 354
Chee's Indian Store was established in 1948 on old Route 66. With
the construction of I-40 in 1970 the original ... read
Side Trip: At I-40 exit 351 go south on Apache Cty Road 9402 about
6/10 of a mile to the Rio Puerco River.
South of exit 351 on Apache Cty Road 9402
This old closed 1923 Rio Puerco bridge is on the 1926 to 1931 alignment
of Route 66 and was part of the National Old ... read
Back on 66: Backtrack to Exit 351.
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