We have a winner! Alan Denton of southern California has correctly identified the twenty locations along Route 66.
Here are the answers –
1) The fast fading Painted Desert Trading Post in eastern Arizona on a knoll above the Dead River –
2) This view is of the Hualapai Mountains as seen from the eastern slope of the Black Mountains on the pre 1952 alignment of Route 66 west of Kingman –
3) Every Christmas the city of Kingman decorates its historic locomotive for the holidays –
4) Daggett, California is one of those dusty, forgotten places where even the resurgent interest in U.S. 66 has been unable to shake the dust from a town with a very long, rich, and colorful history –
5) McLean, Texas is a bit big to be considered a ghost town but street scenes such as this seem to make that term an apt descriptor –
6) This old bridge spanning the Pecos River dates to 1921 and is found at the east end of San Jose on the pre 1937 alignment of Route 66 in New Mexico –
7) This photo is of the treasures awaiting discovery in Santa Rosa –
8), 9) These photos were taken at Endee, New Mexico along a forgotten alignment of the old highway between San Jon and Glenrio in Texas –
10) This scene was captured in the kitchen of the Midpoint Cafe in Adrian, Texas this past June when I presented Fran with a copy of the latest book as a way of saying thank you for the great food, the smiles, and years of memories –
11) 4 Women on the Route in Galena, Kansas is the modern face of legendary Route 66 –
12) This is the famous “Sidewalk Highway” segment of old 66 between Narcissa and Afton in Oklahoma –
13) Jericho in Texas, at the east end of the infamous Jericho Gap, is a true ghost town where only the wind whistling through the broken windows carries the laughter and sounds of better times –
14) Kumar Patel and his family are the stewards of the time capsule that is the Wigwam Motel in Rialto, California – 
15) Daggett in California has a wide array of fascinating little treasures that cast shadows over the dusty streets – 
16) The Mojave River bridge east of Victorville, California is a very rare gem – 
17) Even though Santa Monica Pier and Palisades Park in Santa Monica, California are not officially a part of Route 66 their association with that highway has made them inseparable –
18) The empty shell of the Avon, Motel in Afton, Oklahoma has a forlorn feel to it even under sunny skies –
19) This is another vestige of better times in Santa Rosa, New Mexico –
20) Spencer, Missouri is the kind of place I think most every fan of Route 66 dreams of owning some day –

I would like to thank everyone who participated and hope it provided a bit of an escape.

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