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Brownlee Diner/Little Juarez Café

Glenrio Historic District, Texas USA

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Constructed in 1952 in art moderne architectural style, this building becomes part of the abandoned "Glenn Rio Motel" complex and later the local museum in the film. Glenrio is a ghost town founded 1908 to serve the Rock Island and Pacific Railroad (the tracks were removed in the 1980s) and abandoned 1976 after a realignment of Route 66 bypassed traffic onto what is now I-40. The ghost village is divided between Texas and New Mexico; US 66 becomes a gravel road at the New Mexico state line.

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Brownlee Diner/Little Juarez Café

Glenrio Historic District
Texas
USA

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