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Kingman, Arizona

The Route 66 city of Kingman, Arizona, the county seat of Mohave County, got its start when the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad came through in 1882.

By the turn of the century, Kingman had grown to some 500 people and continued to develop as gold was discovered in the hills surrounding area.

Today, the Kingman area is home to some 45,000 people with numerous recreational opportunities nearby, including the Colorado River, Lake Mead, Lake Havasu, and Lake Mohave. It is also the closest city to the Grand Canyon Skywalk, the transparent horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge on the edge of the Canyon that is a popular tourist stop.

Kingman, AZ - 1943

Kingman, AZ - 1943

Kingman, AZ - 1943 - 2

Kingman, AZ - 1943 - 2

Kingman, AZ - ABC Dining-JH

Kingman, AZ - ABC Dining-JH

Kingman, AZ - Bonelli House

Kingman, AZ - Bonelli House

Kingman, AZ - Brunswick Hotel

Kingman, AZ - Brunswick Hotel

Kingman, AZ - Brunswick Hotel Sign

Kingman, AZ - Brunswick Hotel Sign

Kingman, AZ - Buildings

Kingman, AZ - Buildings

Kingman, AZ - Closed Motel

Kingman, AZ - Closed Motel

Kingman, AZ - Depot

Kingman, AZ - Depot

Kingman, AZ - El Trovator Motel

Kingman, AZ - El Trovator Motel

Kingman, AZ - El Trovatore Motel

Kingman, AZ - El Trovatore Motel

Kingman, AZ - Highway South

Kingman, AZ - Highway South

Kingman, AZ - Hill Top Motel Sign

Kingman, AZ - Hill Top Motel Sign

Kingman, AZ - Hilltop Motel

Kingman, AZ - Hilltop Motel

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale - 2

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale - 2

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Camera

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Camera

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Lobby

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Lobby

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Sign

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Sign

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Stairs

Kingman, AZ - Hotel Beale Stairs