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1923 Santa Fe Depot & Gallup Cultural Center201 E. Route 66, Gallup, NM
A statue of Chief Manuelito of the Navajo stands out front.
Another statue depicts a WWII Navajo Code Talker.
By the parking lot is a plaque honoring former New Mexico Govenorr Arthur T. Hannett who was responsible for realigning Route 66 to go straight west from Santa Rosa to Albuquerque instead of going through Santa Fe. That realignment cut off about 107 miles of the Mother Road through the state.
At the end of the east parking lot is a Santa Fe Railway caboose with a map painted on it.