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1955 Ford Crown Victoria on Route Williams, Arizona 1955 Ford Crown Victoria parked on old Route "The Mother Road".

Williams, Arizona is a destination known for one-of-a-kind attractions. Only in Williams will you find a scenic railway tour, a drive-thru wildlife park, wild west entertainment, Route 66 and more!

Williams, also in Northern Arizona, is best known as the home of the popular Grand Canyon Railway, but it also has a lengthy history as a railroad and logging town, as well as having the last stretch of Historic Route 66 bypassed by the interstate.

Williams, Arizona

The unofficial (one hour away) entrance to Grand Canyon National Park lies on Route 66 in the form of Williams, AZ.

Beautiful little town! Route 66 and the place to begin your journey to the Grand Canyon via the train!

Route 66 and the place to begin your journey to the Grand Canyon via the train!

Turquoise Teepee, In Williams, AZ on Route 66.

Turquoise Teepee, In Williams, ARIZONA on Route An hour outside Grand Canyon National Park.

Mr. D'z  Route 66 Diner by cobalt123, via Flickr

D'z Route 66 Diner Kingman, Arizona: a classic diner with great food and a wide menu. Look for the "period" furnishings and the parking lot, which likely has some classic American cars in the lot.

Wow this town REALLY likes to celebrate Route 66 #Williams #Route66 #Arizona

Wow this town REALLY likes to celebrate Route 66 - A Geek in the Wilderness

Route 66 Motel Sign, Kingman, AZ | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Travel down the mother road and watch the neon roll by you might even see a pretty lady or two.

Route 66  One of the most famous American highways of all time is Route 66 that runs from Chicago to Los Angeles. Although it has been replaced by the interstate highway, you can still follow the historical route closely to drop in at attractions such as the Lake of Ozarks, Kansas mining towns, Cadillac ranch in Texas, the Wigwam motel, and the Painted Desert. Read more about Route 66 here.

in a multiple picture set) One of the remaining stretches of Old Route 66 runs from Kingman, AZ to Wiliams, AZ. About midway between is the almost gone town of Hackberry. Just outside of town, a man in restoring what used to be a popular stop alon