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Two Guns

Arizona

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Two Guns - Winslow, Arizona
Two Guns

What remains of Two Guns are the ruins of the original stone houses, the Apache Death Cave, the ruins of the buildings built in the final attempt to revive the town and the Canyon Diablo Bridge which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 30, 1988

Two Guns

Elevation:

5,423 ft

Kaleidoscope

Camping: None

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Notes

Abandoned

Abandoned

Historical

Historical

Exploring

Exploring

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Two Guns - Winslow, Arizona

Arizona

Coconino County

35°07′04″N 111°05′37″W

Arizona

2 Guns, Winslow, AZ 86047



Directions: On interest 40 / U.S. Route 66 between Winslow and Flagstaff Take exit 230 for 2 Guns At the 1st cross street go west onto Old U.S. 66 in 0.3 Miles is Two Guns On 2 Guns go past the Old U.S. 66 Ruins of a Gas station, Gift Store, Motel, Water Towers and more.

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