In search of vintage motels, diners, curio shops, neon signs, and other roadside artifacts, members of the Society for Commercial Archeology came together in Albuquerque Sept. 10-13 for four days of exploring, touring, learning, and just plain fun.
With ancient roads, fiberglass families, a ranch of silhouettes, a man and his monkeys, rattlesnake eggs and heaps of fresh melons, this tour offers a trek down New Mexico’s lessen-known sections of Route 66 and the always underplayed US 60. Download PDF
Before either grunge or Amazon HQ, there was the Space Needle and the monorail. Join us as we revisit Seattle’s exquisite roadside heritage!