Route 66

Route 66: ghost towns

Route the most famous road in the United States, was established in 1926 and passed through eight states on its way from Canada to USA As a kid I travelled across the US with my cousins in awesome "road trip" memories. They inspired my love of travel!

Old Disneyland Sign

Disneyland - I love the happiest place on earth :). I saw this sign first when I was about 8 years old. A family road trip to Disneyland in California

El Rancho Hotel & Motel - historic Route 66 accomodation with a rich Hollywood history. Gallup, New Mexico.

El Rancho Hotel & Motel - historic Route 66 Gallup, New Mexico. Get your Kicks on Route 66

Gasoline station, Bronx - Berenice Abbott

Berenice Abbott Texaco Station, Tremont Avenue and Dock Street, Bronx, New York, 1936

Old Las Vegas

RIP Betty Willis, designer of the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign died Sunday, 19 April at the age of An iconic piece of mid-century Americana.Roger Wilkerson, The Suburban Legend!

Vintage Las Vegas, 1968.

Vintage Las Vegas black and white photo of the Strip - Flamingo Casino « Bits and Pieces

vintage Las Vegas photo of Fremont Street (downtown) and the Las Vegas Club Casino

Vintage Las Vegas photo of Fremont Street (downtown) and the Las Vegas Club Casino

South of the Strip - The Dunes and the under-construction Caesars Palace can be seen in this aerial photo of Las Vegas, 1962. The Dunes along with its 18-hole golf course would later become the Bellagio, while Caesars, although very different, is still with us.

Historical Strip aerials - Las Vegas Sun News -Dunes 1962 which is now the Bellagio location. Caesar's Palace under construction

Fremont Street, 1950s

Vintage Las Vegas: Downtown Fremont Street casinos and the old neon signs - Sal Sagev, Golden Gate, Overland Hotel.