Gobles Auto Court [Arrowhead Lodge: Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image was taken in the mid-day sun, the front sign has changed locations and size. However, the majority of the buildings remain the same though external remodeling has occurred. To line up this picture we utilized the structure in the back just to the right of the main building. The other issue is that this image was evidently taken from the middle of the street and so in order to repeat it, we had to camp out in the east-bound left-hand turn lane in order to snap a more accurate image. We Believe this is due to a widening of the street, which would place the original vantage point in the now middle of the street, rather than the original south side of Route 66.
The Dean Eldredge Museum Club, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This picture was taken in the morning from right in front on the large sign area and trees. To align this picture I used the right-hand hill in accordance to the second set of antlers on the roof, as they are still there. The mountain lion structures have been moved to the sign area and are hidden within the bushes.
Interior of Dean Eldredge Museum Club, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image was taken from the southeast corner of the dance floor. To find the vantage point we had to align the center trees, as the space has been converted to a dance floor with a stage on the right have side. The area has also been extended quite a bit.
Wonderland Motel, 2000 East Santa Fe Ave., Flagstaff, Arizona.
We were really excited to rephotograph this image. Once we found the correct motel, the image fell into view. However, in order to get the correct view point we had to stand on the bumper of Mike's car. The alignment came from the Motel rooms, the intersections of the rooflines and background mountains, as well as the right-hand storage shed.