Legends Of America
Since 2003
LEGENDS OF AMERICA  

 Tip Jar

Legends Facebook Page    Legends on Pinterest    Legends on Twitter

Route 66LEGENDARY ROUTE 66

New Mexico Route 66 Main Page

 Bookmark and Share

 

Greetings From Vintage New Mexico 66

Greetings From New Mexico Postcard

 

 

Old Whiting Brothers Signage, San Fidel, New Mexico

The Old Whiting Brothers sign remains but the

station is long gone.

This image available for photo prints & commercial

downloads HERE!

 

 

Route 66 Emporium

Visit the Route 66 Emporium

Route 66 Books, Maps, Signs, Photos & More.

 

 

About New Mexico Route 66

 

A Brightly Lit Route 66

New Mexico Route 66 Slideshow (See Below)

 

Westbound:

 

Glenrio - A Route 66 Casualty

Endee to San Jon  - Another Ghostly Stretch of Route 66

Tucumcari or Six-Shooter Siding

Ghosts Beyond Tucumcari, New Mexico

Montoya - Newkirk - Cuervo

Santa Rosa - City of Natural Lakes

 

Post 1937 Alignment

Pre 1937 Alignment

 

Cline's Corners to the Old Longhorn Ranch

Moriarty to Tijeras on the Salt Missions Trail

Moriarty - Edgewood - Barton - Sedillo - Tijeras

 

 

Dilia

Off the Path - Las Vegas - More Wicked Than Dodge City

Santa Fe - The City Different

Haunted La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe

Haunted Posada Hotel in Santa Fe

More Haunted Places in Santa Fe

 

Albuquerque - 300 Year Old Duke City

Haunted Kimo Theatre

La Llorona in Albuquerque

 

Pre 1937 Alignment

Post 1937 Alignment

 

Ancient History South of Albuquerque

Isleta Pueblo - Los Lunas

Rio Puerco Valley Along Old Route 66

 
 

Rio Puerco Bridge

Laguna Pueblo

Indian Country Ghost Towns

Budville - Cubero - San Fidel - McCartys

Off the Path - Acoma Pueblo - Ancient Sky City

Grants - Uranium City USA

Across the Continental Divide on Route 66

Off the Path - Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Gallup - Indian Center of the Southwest

McKinley County Ghost Towns

 

Route 66 T-Shirts designed exclusively for Legends of AmericaNew Mexico’s ribbon of the Mother Road provides the Route 66 traveler with a variety of landscapes, from beautiful mountain ranges, to sandstone mesas, desert sagebrush, ponderosa pines and ghost towns. Along the vintage pavement in the Land of Enchantment, you will also see ancient pueblo cities, both open and abandoned motels, lots of neon signs, and an eclectic mix of ancient and contemporary cultures. Dating back thousands of years, you are sure to enjoy rich history, beginning with the Native Americans, continuing through the Wild West days, into the era of the Mother Road, and beyond.

 

There are two alignments through New Mexico, as, in 1937, it was shortened and straightened out, reducing the mileage from 506 to 399 miles.

 

Enjoy your journey through the Land of Enchantment.

 

 

 

© Kathy Weiser/Legends of America, updated March, 2017.

 

 

 

Grants Cafe in Grants, New Mexico

Grants Cafe Sign

This image available for photo prints & commercial downloads HERE!

 

Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari, New Mexico

The famous Blue Swallow Motel in Tucumcari, New Mexico, Kathy Weiser.

This image available for photo prints & editorial downloads HERE!

   

 

 

Indian Jewelry Neon Sign, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Indian Jewelry in Albuquerque.

This image available for photo prints & commercial downloads HERE!

 

 

New Mexico Route 66 Slideshow:

 

 

All images & more available for photo prints & commercial downloads HERE!

 

  Return to Route 66 

 

About New Mexico 66

 

Return to Route 66

 

To Glen Rio, Texas/NM

 

From Legends' Photo Shop

Native Americanv Vintage photo prints and downloads.Native American Photo Prints - Hundreds of restored vintage photographs of famous chiefs and leaders, warriors, rituals and ceremonies, Native American life, and lots more. Our Native American images are available in a variety of sizes, paper types, and canvas prints. Cropping, color options, and digital downloads for commercial purposes are also available.

 

Restored Vintage Native American Photos

 

  About Us      Contact Us       Article/Photo Use      Guestbook      Legends Of Kansas      Links      Photo Blog      Site Map     Writing Credits     

Copyright © 2003-Present, Legends of America