Greyhound Bus Depot/ Pow Wow Trading post, Flagstaff, Arizona.
p>This image looks north across Route 66, between Beaver St. and Humphreys St. The realignment came from the intersections of the sign, as well as the far-left second story windows. The vantage point today is just west of the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce.
Front St. Flagstaff Ariz. (looking east).
This image looks east along Route 66. Today the picture was taken from along the gravel curb just west of the Train Depot. In the image one can see the old rail lines that used to cross in front of the Depot. The picture was aligned through the windows in the Bank Hotel.
Leroux Street, looking southwest from Birch Street: Acme Cleaners, Sears Roebuck and Company, J.C. Penny Company and the Weatherford Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image is looking south down Leroux Street in Flagstaff, AZ. The bright facade expresses the bright morning sun, as the picture was taken around 9:00 a.m. In order to repeat this image the top edge of what is now Maloney's and the Weatherford were aligned, while the sharp roof of the depot in the back ground aligned with the lower edge of the rounded window of the Weatherford.
The Hotel Weatherford and the Orpheum Theate, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image looks west towards the Weatherford Hotel and the Orpheum Theater. The highlights along the columns suggest that the image was originally taken in the morning, while the lack of shadows suggests an overcast day. The repeated image was taken from the edge of the sidewalk on the South West corner of Heritage Square. The alignment came from the intersection between the second story windows and columns.
Weatherford Hotel, Weatherford Cafe, and Pacific Finance, Corner of Aspen Street and Leroux Street, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image looks north along Leroux St, in Flagstaff, AZ. The original image depicts the Weatherford Hotel in 1976 without the balcony. This image was aligned through the left hand second story windows, as well as the curb line running in front of the building.
Front Street [Santa Fe Avenue], Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image looks east along Route 66 in Flagstaff. This was repeated from the gravel curb in front of the Depot. Lily Ice Cream is now Collin's Pub. This image was repeated at mid-day.
Sierra Vista Motel, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image looks south towards the Sierra Vista Motel. The lighting of this picture threatened to be confusing as it's a north facing building that's completely illuminated. In order to repeat this, an early morning reproduction was necessary. To align the rephotograph, I utilized the intersections between the door and windows, as well as the rooflines and sign.
Route 66 & Santa Fe Avenues, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image looks west down Route 66 towards Lowell Observatory. The image depicts the height of popularity of Route 66, with Club 66 and the Commercial Hotel. Club 66 is now Crystal Magic, a Sedona based trinket store. The alignment was made using the south curb, Lowell Observatory, and where the Bank Hotel intersected with Mars Hill.
This image was taken in the afternoon. The building now houses AZ Music Pro. To align the image we utilized the Window in the bottom left, which is now occupied by a wall painting, as well as the mountains in the back ground, in relation to the third step of the roof.
Mobil Gas Company, 216 East Santa Fe Street, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This is now the Ford Mechanic shop. To retake this picture we had to align the background hill side and the buildings have radically changed. The image was taken from across the street.
Mobil Gas Company, 402 East Santa Fe Street, Flagstaff, Arizona.
This image was slightly challenging in its repeating. The house in the back ground is now gone, and the large buildings have all been replaced. There is now an auto dealership in this location, with small shops and restaurants behind. The image was taken from the opposite side of the street. The background hill lines and left-hand peaks were utilized to properly align the image. The oncoming street, N. Elden, has been relocated a bit east of its original location.