Cool Springs camp along in western Arizona was built in the mid-1920s and was a major stop on Route 66. In the mid-1960s a fire burned cool Springs to the ground leaving only parts of the stone foundation and pillars. In 2001  Ned Leuchtner  purchased the property of Cool Springs and began to restore the old station, which serves as a museum and gift shop for route 66 travelers.
  
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Cool Springs camp along in western Arizona was built in the mid-1920s and was a major stop on Route 66. In the mid-1960s a fire burned cool Springs to the ground leaving only parts of the stone foundation and pillars. In 2001 Ned Leuchtner purchased the property of Cool Springs and began to restore the old station, which serves as a museum and gift shop for route 66 travelers.

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