Long exposure photograph an abandoned cafe in Yucca, AZ. Not a Route 66 original town, it wasn’t until 1952 that Yucca became a new stop on the legendary road when traffic was re-routed. The little economy boomed over the next couple of decades, due to Route 66 travelers who stopped in for a hot cup of coffee and a quick bite on their way to warm, sandy beaches of Southern California. Unfortunately, due to the construction of I-40 (the tail light trails you can see in the distance), travelers whizzed by the dying town and the cups of coffee ran dry. Blue strobe lights flash inside the cafe as a lone street light illuminates the outside.
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