“Lonely abandoned diner”
This place is on private property. Listing for informational purposes only. Please do not visit without express permission from the land owner. The Twin Arrows Café is a Valentine diner, probably from the early 1950s. It was part of the Twin Arrows Trading Post which featured a gift shop and gas station. This diner has been closed and boarded up since at least the early 1990s. The once popular Route 66 stop is now closed off and owned by the state. Vehicle access may be limited, but exploration by foot is still possible.
Closed to the public now, fenced off unable to stop and take pics with them
This place was so much fun to visit. It is a must for Route 66 fans and contains a Valentine Diner! For more info: http://www.placesthatwere.com/2015/07/twin-arrows-trading-post.html
This spot is directly off of the highway and is worth a quick stop but is monitored as its private property!
Another one to pass by. One arrow is even broken and laying on the ground. This place won’t last much longer. All the vandalism has taken its toll
The arrows look really run down. Is this wasn’t a stop for the Arizona Route 66 Passport we would have kept driving.
Since it's a short stop just off the interstate, it's worth stopping by, but graffiti abd vandalism have certainly taken a toll.
Super cool little stop. I wish there was a place to park.
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