Route 66  
6 New Mexico  
Motels Route 66 Tucumcari NM Route 66 Motels, Tucumcari, New Mexico
Tucumcari and its row of motels is apparently best seen at night - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari NM Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari NM
Arguably, the Blue Swallow is one of the more famous and has been on the strip since the 1930s  - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari NM Blue Swallow Motel, Tucumcari NM
Signs and murals urge you to stay over - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Tucumcari Murals Tucumcari Murals
Virtual and real automobiles - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Fireworks at Moriarty, New Mexico Guns at Moriarty, New Mexico
Moriarty deals in fireworks on one side of the road and guns on the other - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Rooute 66 at Moriarty New Mexico Guard Dog at Moriarty, NM
Guard dog on Route 66 at Moriarty - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Albuquerque, New Mexico  
downtown Albuquerque downtown Albuquerque
Route 66 in Albuquerque - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Train Station, Albuquerque Rail Runner, Albuquerque
The Railrunner was introduced in 2008 and provides a cheap and easy, if infrequent, means of getting to Santa Fe, the State capital - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Old Capitol Building, Santa Fe, NM 109 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe
The old Capitol Building (left);  109 East Palace Ave (right) which was used as a cover address for personnel working on the top secret development of the atomic bomb at Los Alamos during World War 2 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Rail Runner, Santa Fe Rail Runner - Santa Fe to Albuquerque
Passengers holding a return ticket from Albuquerque can use a free shuttle bus which operates around Santa Fe and stops at all the main tourist places of interest. The Railrunner departing Santa Fe (left) and  Adobe style architecture (right) viewed from the train between Santa Fe and Albuquerque - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Gallup New Mexico  
El Rancho Hotel, Gallup, New Mexico El Rancho Hotel, Gallup, New Mexico
Hotel El Rancho. The room doors display the names of famous actors who have stayed in the hotel down the years - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Gallup, New Mexico BNSF at Gallup New Mexico
Departing Gallup, originally a railroad town with a population today of around 20,000 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow