“Graffiti and tumbleweed galore”
Along highway 160 on the route from Tuba City to Four Corners in between mile marker 353 and 354 lies an abandoned Standard Oil Products Building. Rather than simply letting the building decay, local graffiti artists have turned the structure into their canvas, especially as a forum for environmentalist messages.
This place was cool, once we realized it still exists! It's between mile post 353 & 354. Thanks to the other reviewer for letting us know to keep looking!
This building does still exist. We happened to see it was we drove by, so we pulled off to explore it. The graffiti is interesting and it’s a deteriorating contrast against the beauty of the scene around it.
Special note! This place still exists, it's just 10 miles or so north, but still on the 160! It's a cool place, exactly what is advertised. I would drop by if you want to see it but not go out of your way if you don't. Watch out for every inch of broken glass smashed everywhere!
The drive in between Tuba City and Four Corners is pretty barren, but this building filled with graffiti art made the trip worthwhile. You can pull over next to the highway, and walk through the gate in the barbed wire fence. Watch out for broken bottles on the ground and rolling tumbleweed though.
This is actually not in Tuba City, it’s in Cow Springs. The mile markers as noted previously are correct. Pretty neat place, try to check it out right at dusk to catch a magical sunset.
Not really beautiful , more like graffiti
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Abandoned Standard Oil Products Building
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