This image looks East. Many of the buildings remains though there was a slight confusion as the has been a front added to a building on the left. In order to retake this we stood at the very end of the newer parking spaces, that have reduced the street to one lane, in front the Williams Police office. The alignment came from the door of the right-hand hotel, as well as the roof intersections of the left-hand buildings.
Mills Cafe, Williams, Arizona.
This building now houses a bicycle coffee shop, American Flyers. The building is basically unchanged. To align the image properly we utilized the intersections between the chimney, and the bricks in the adjacent building.
Fray Marcos Hotel and Williams Depot, Williams, Arizona.
In order to repeat this image, we had to drive to a number of buildings looking for the proper permission to enter the train tracks in order to correctly align the image. The alignments come from the middle-left hand windows, as well as the intersections of the columns and roof lines. The rail line in the foreground of the original image is no longer operational.
Downtown Williams, Arizona at Night, looking East.
This image looks east through downtown Williams. The lighting in the original suggests early morning, as one can see the background hill line. However, the importance of the images lies within the neon signs, which a night picture was capable of repeating. The alignment came from the left-hand side of the building.
Front street, Highway 66, Williams, Arizona.
This image looks East along Route 66 in Downtown Williams. There were issues with the alignment in the far left light post, however we realized eventually that all the light post were moved off of the direct corner. This was taken form the corner of the street, directly in front the World Famous Sultana Bar.
Downtown Williams, Arizona.
This image looks directly east. In order to repeat this image Mike had to pop in and out of the street, as the vantage point was nearly directly in the center of the street. Rephotographing this image helped Mike practice his traffic dodging techniques. The alignment was made using the windows of the stone building on the left.
Downtown Williams, Arizona looking West.
This image looks directly west from the far east edge of the main strip of Williams' Route 66. To align this picture we utilized the windows of the Mobil Gas, as well as the lines of intersection within the Hotel Building. However, in the midst of rephotographing this image we were reprimanded for parking on private property and asked to immediately remove our vehicle.
Williams, Arizona at Night looking West.
This image looks west back toward downtown Williams. The image is taken form the south side corner of the street. The alignment came form the right hand building front with the three windows, as well as the intersection of the 'Hotel' sign.