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Deluxe Inn
Seligman, AZ
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Downtowner Motel (Gone)
Williams, AZ
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Route 66The Deluxe Inn is still going strong in Seligman, AZ. The sign itself has changed with a plastic panel replacing the top of this sign. The motel first opened under the name Court Deluxe back in 1932. 09-21 Route 66The Downtowner Motel sits on the block in between the east and west ends of Route 66 in Williams, AZ. The sign can be seen pointing the way into the office area when traveling the east direction. The motel was originally built as the Mount Williams Court back when it opened around 1941. 09-21

 

 

Easy 8 Motel (Now Desert Sun Motel)
Winslow ,AZ
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Route 66The Easy 8 Motel makes it easy to see where it is located due to the rather large sign that stands tall near the westbound end of Route 66 in Winslow, AZ. Located somewhat close to the downtown area, the Easy 8 sign has a huge boomerang arrow. The motel itself was built back in 1953.

The Easy 8 is now the Desert Sun Motel. The motel changed its name from the Easy 8 Motel almost 20 years ago. I believe the Desert Sun was the motel's originally name back when it was built. 09-21

(More photos to be added soon)

 

 

The big arrow
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Motel office area looks like a Howard Johnson type
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Grand Motel
Williams, AZ
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Imperial Motor Inn (Demolished)
Kingman, AZ
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Route 66Check out this sign for the Grand Motel located off Route 66 in Williams, AZ. The motel was built as the Del Sue Motor Inn back in 1936 after the name of its owner Sue Delaney. 09-21

Route 66Here's the Imperial Motel sign that was part of the famous Imperial 400 Motel chain that was eventually bought out in 1987. This Kingman location was demolished about 10 to 15 years ago and is now an empty lot next to a Walgreens that was built around the same time as the motel torn down. 09-21


 

Motel 10
Winslow, AZ
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Route 66The Astro Motel in Winslow, AZ has been known as the Motel 10 for at least a couple of decades.

Check out the familiar architecture look of the Astro Motel chain in this side view of the building itself. The folded plate style roof used to be a familiar for travelers and fans of the Astro chain. 09-21

 

 

Orchard Inn Motel
Kingman, AZ
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Route 66The Orchard Inn Motel is still located along the main drag of Kingman, AZ or Route 66. Located on E. Andy Devine Ave., The Orchard Inn originally began as the Astro Motel back in the 1960s. After becoming a Space Age Motel, the motel has been a Orchard Inn for at least a couple of decades now.

Check out the familiar folded plate roof in the photos below. 09-21

 

 

 


The folded plate Astro Motel look
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The A-frame
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Skyline Motel
Kingman, AZ
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Motel sign at Silver Spoon Restaurant
Kingman, AZ
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Route 66Here's a photo of the Skyline Kitchenette's sign in Kingman, AZ. This motel was built around 1955 as the Skyline Motel. 09-21 Route 66Here's a mystery motel sign located next to the Silver Spoon Restaurant in Kingman. Found of the old route 66, this sign looks to have some neon on the sign. 09-21

 

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