Chase Creek, the main street in Clifton, Arizona, on a busy Sunday afternoon. The copper mine is still working, but at a greatly reduced rate due to cheaper imports.
That old U.S. 66 bridge, with the tree growing out of it, was built across Partridge Creek west of Ash Fork, Arizona, some 80 years ago, and is still used by locals today—though probably not approved by the authorities.
An enterprising person bought the old Hackberry general store, on old U.S. 66 northeast of Kingman, Arizona, and makes a great living selling Route 66 memorabilia to tourists.

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