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Intriguing ending of forgotten and disappeared alignment of U.S. Highway 66 toward the very ending of informative video..
Looking toward the west away from the Studebaker on concrete and or faded asphalt slab.. Toward the west nearest the defunct/wireless telephone pole you see two rises of land. Route 66 for much of this Painted Desert region was built upon a small hill and or "hogback" with little of no safety shoulder at the side of the roadway to consider.
You will see a slight rise of the land adjacent to the telephone poles lines as the video taker is looking into a western direction away from the classic Studebaker. There maybe a slight rise when it comes to the desert land surface even further to the left but no really all that far to the defunct telephone poles.
This was noticed toward the very ending of the video within a western direction as so noted and indicated. Either of these two areas may have been the official Route 66 roadbed which is now defunct and returned to nature.
The 1932 Studebaker classic may sit atop a portion of the old roadbed which is discontinuous. The image show with a certain scar of the land for which the video taker illustrated was probably of the defunct, LOST Route 66 original roadbed viewing into an eastward direction toward the Painted Desert out in the distance..
I was at this location of Route 66 back then in 1954 before this portion of the famous highway was replaced by a re-aligned new stretch of Route 66 toward the north by one mile to two miles in 1955/1956....
Again, as repeated and indicated.. (OFF POLITICS VENUE)