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Truxton Cafe

Posted by Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 11 April 2014 in Documentary & Street.

A few miles west of Peach Springs brings you to the sad little town of Truxton. The Truxton Cafe looks to have been closed a long time.

The Mother Road
US Route 66

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

The boat is also a bit of it looking that the repair would be necessary.

11 Apr 2014 6:11am

PATRICK from miramas, France

splendide compo 5****

11 Apr 2014 6:25am

Gerard1948 from Spain

May be closed, but certainly preserved, the paint on the walls is still good. This reportage is the memory of the route 66. Great shot, I like a lot.
Good weekend.

11 Apr 2014 6:30am

Le Krop from Charenton-le-Pont, France

Du charme dans cette vue.

11 Apr 2014 6:51am

Focales from Entre montagnes et Bretagne, France

Beautiful colors and light Steve and lovely place

11 Apr 2014 8:32am

Devi from Chennai, India

Aw!! Out of business...
a poignant shot Steve:)

11 Apr 2014 11:03am

J.R. from Urasoe City, Japan

Keep on trucking cafe cause there ain't no meals to be found here. When Route 66 died lot's died with it;) In my trking days not a way I'd like to travel but on my car trips I loved it:)

11 Apr 2014 12:25pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quel café, quelle vue et ce ciel aux belles formes sueprbe compo.
amitié

11 Apr 2014 12:42pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Yes, there is definitely an air of abandonment and disrepair in this shot Steve! Nicely captured! ;-)

11 Apr 2014 1:29pm

Don from Spokane, United States

The tall growth in the parking area reinforces your opinion that its been closed a long time. Nice shot of it. Makes one wonder about the former times.

11 Apr 2014 2:40pm

Roléro-t from Gerpinnes, Belgium

Beautiful colors and light, good shot Steve!

11 Apr 2014 3:43pm

jean pierre from paris, France

couleurs et lumière extra!! amitiés

11 Apr 2014 4:48pm

Veronique from Tarbes, France

I can imagine the feeling depress here.

11 Apr 2014 5:02pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

Lovely viewpoint - the colors and light compliment the scene

11 Apr 2014 5:14pm

Sam from Chennai, India

It has been closed for long time. Excellent light and wonderful composition. :)

11 Apr 2014 6:13pm

Diana from Olympia, United States

Just like being there

11 Apr 2014 7:31pm

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

I guess you didn't get a Road 66 coffee there anymore, Steve !!! .....it all looks kind of desperate --- and it must have been soooo busy at one time.
Thanks for sharing, I enjoy --- Kindest regards Monika

11 Apr 2014 8:05pm

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

It is remarkable how activity seems to have languished in an other time busy road. A reminder that very few things should be taken as granted and how fortunes (little ones) can turn so fast. This series shows this plenty. Excellent historical cruise.

11 Apr 2014 10:17pm

Kyu from Kyoto, Japan

Fantastic capture in beautiful sunlight. It used be a nice cafe, I guess.

12 Apr 2014 1:22am

L'angevine from Angers, France

intéressant lieu

12 Apr 2014 7:59am

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Great find and beautiful composition !

12 Apr 2014 8:20am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Looks real sad left like that . . even the echoes of happy voices have faded away.

12 Apr 2014 9:34am

Kiki from Ambert, Auvergne, France

Sad to see these abandoned places. We imagine full of stories behind such images !

12 Apr 2014 7:57pm

julie from Aregno, France

Ici aussi très belle lumière...

13 Apr 2014 6:48am

Daryl Johnson from Worcester Park, United Kingdom

People still living there Steve? What kind of life is that I wonder?

13 Apr 2014 8:03pm

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Excellent shot. Interesting how the grass is starting to grow up through the gravel. Soon to be reclaimed by nature.

14 Apr 2014 10:19am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

A pity that a tour company is not taking all such places over and restore them. They can bring in the visitors! And cash!

27 Apr 2014 7:16am