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Valentine, AZ

Valentine Arizona

Valentine, Arizona, is a small, unincorporated community with a rich history tied to Route 66. Established in the early 1900s as a railroad stop, Valentine flourished during the golden era of Route 66, serving as a vital rest stop for travelers journeying along the iconic highway. However, with the construction of Interstate 40 bypassing Valentine, the town experienced a decline in visitors and businesses. Today, Valentine stands as a testament to the bygone era of Route 66, Today a zoo called Keepers of the Wild and 2 gas station are the located in Valentine. There are also several abandoned building around Valentine, reminders of the past.

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