Afton Station and Route 66 Packards, Afton

Afton Station is a small private Route 66 memorabilia and antique car museum housed in a 30’s era restored filling station.

The car museum can hold 14 vintage autos and a collection of Route 66 and Buffalo Ranch memorabilia along with other interesting items.

It also serves as an unofficial "rest stop" for weary travellers and a place to purchase maps, guide books, and a few trinkets with a Route 66 theme.

Sadly, Laurel Kane the beloved operator passed away in January 2016 but you can still access her terrific blog at aftonstationblog-laurel.blogspot.com

Kindly recommended by Ron McCoy, US

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