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Murals adorn many towns along route 66 and the Tucumcari ones are in really great shape. Think of the times a lot of them were created there were expensive neon signs, the technology new and the old fashioned paint a mural or advertisement on a...More
Tucumcari is a land lost in time. The town definitely run down and a lot of business have closed. However the town is dripping in Americana and day and night there is still life pumping in the veins of the this last original rt66 town....More
One of the things I noticed while traveling Route 66 is how many towns have murals. And, wow, does Tucumcari have the murals! (Something like 15.) I really enjoyed driving around and looking how the different murals reflected various aspects and spirit of the town/area....More
Tucumcari was the greatest surprise on our 18 day southwest journey. While about all cities planned in the itinerary I was prepared and knew what to expect, this stuck in time town exceeded our expectations.
Considering the murals, this is a kind of attraction that's...More
Beautiful and historical murals all over town. Worth a drive thru. Visit Chamber for map. Rail hub. Train station restored. Nice park nearby. Conchas dam mural very interesting. Shows all kinds of fish and wildlife plus structures.
Wow so many murals to admire and photograph. We gave up on following the provided map and just started hunting for them on our own since they are all over the place. Enjoyed the different styles of art seen on the sides of buildings but...More