USA, Arizona, Kingman

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Source: wikipedia

Access to rail and wagon route helped establish Kingman as a trade and transportation center. By 1882, Kingman was officially a town. Route 66 parallels the railroad track, and Kingman has always been a staunch Route 66 town with many motels, cafes, and service stations.

Today, the I-40 Business Loop runs straight through Kingman, and is still a major stop for travelers. The old downtown area on Route 66 has not changed much over the years, and a brief tour of Andy Devine Ave and Beale Street will give you a glimpse of the past.

Source: www.azrt66.com

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