The roadside was inspired by the automobile, which means much of the
businesses just off the road catered to this vehicle. Check out some of
them here at Roadside Peek's Automobile
Alley New Mexico.
Farmington Man Photo courtesy Shawn Church
Here's a mystery man located in Farmington, New Mexico. This Farmington
Man is one of the classic fiberglass species, whose relatives and
other eye catching sights off the road can be found at Roadside Peek'sRoadside Icons New Mexico.
66 Diner Photo courtesy Jeannie Black
How about stopping and grabbing a bite to eat, while traveling through
New Mexico? Then see some of the eye-catching stops at Roadside Peek's Roadside Eateries New Mexico.
Apache Motel Photo courtesy Don Gardner
The motels that are off of the roadside in New Mexico can be awe inspiring
as well as a place to rest. See some here at Roadside Peek's Roadside Motels New Mexico.
Dizzyland Liquors Photo courtesy Don Gardner
What a good highway without signs that try to catch the eye of motorists.
See them here at Roadside Peek's Roadside
Signage New Mexico.
Fort Union Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Looking to catch a show at one of New Mexico's drive-in theatres? Check
some of them here, both open and closed, at Roadside Peek's Drive-in Theatres New Mexico.
Richardson Trading Post Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo
The old roadside establishments are always a treasure to see and a gem
to visit. See some of them at Roadside Peek's Retrolook
Gala Bowl Photo courtesy Matthew Hands
Gallup, NM is home to this old bowling alley called Gala Bowl. See this bowling alley and old alleys at Roadside Peek'sTen Pin Alleys New Mexico. 01-09
El Don Motel
Albuquerque, NM Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
It's always great to see character signs lit up in neon. The El Don Motel is found in Albuquerque, NM and is one of the neon marquees that was recently restored along Route 66. See this motel sign and more at Roadside Neon New Mexico.\