Winslow (Navajo: Béésh Sinil) is a city in Navajo County, Arizona, United States. According to the 2010 census, the population of the city is 9,655.
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Standin' on the Corner Park is a publicly operated park, commemorating the Eagles-Jackson Browne song "Take It Easy". The park contains a two-story trompe-l'œil mural by John Pugh, and a life-size bronze statue by Ron Adamson of a man standing on a corner with a guitar. The park is surrounded by a wall of bricks, each with a donor's name on it, and a story by each of the donors describing their fondness for Winslow. Until the 1960s, Winslow was a thriving town in northern Arizona just off Route 66. Construction of the $7.7 million bypass around Winslow began soon after 1977. When I-40 bypassed the community many local businesses disappeared, tourism being among the hardest hit. While some local jobs remained (as Winslow is the base of operation for a thousand railroad workers), the local downtown was badly hurt by the influx of national chains (such as Walmart and McDonalds) along the new Interstate Highway to the north of the town. Twenty years passed and Winslow was stuck in a commercial rut. In 1997, the La Posada Hotel (a former Harvey House on the Santa Fe Railroad, long at risk for demolition) was restored and reopened. Listing of La Posada Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places would serve as a first step toward re-awakening the town.
Winslow is also home to the 9-11 Remembrance Gardens, a memorial honoring those who lost their lives during the September 11th terrorist attacks. The memorial was constructed using two beams recovered from the wreckage of the World Trade Center towers in New York City. The 9-11 Memorial in Winslow is a result of the efforts of Bill Heron and Councilwoman Dee Rodriquez along with a committee planning for a remembrance. There was news of beams from the World Trade Center towers wreckage being given away and the persons in charge of the wreckage were contacted and agreed to give Winslow beams of 14 and 16 foot length, which had to be picked up and transported from the site in two days. Walmart supplied the transportation to Winslow and once the beams were in town, Dale Hancock handled setting them up in the memorial. A large number of citizens donated time and money to the erection of the memorial, which was in place and celebrated on the first anniversary of the event, Sept. 11, 2002. That memorial is at the corner of Transcon Lane and old Route 66 near the Flying J Truck Stop.
Welcome tothe Old Trails Museum in Winslow, Arizona! Situated at almost 5,000 feet in northeastern Arizona, Winslow is a friendly community of 9,700 people. The Old Trails Museum (OTM) explores the history and cultures of this high desert community and the surrounding area.
Rock Art Ranch was once originally part of the Hashknife Cattle Company.The ranch has a pioneer-cowboy and Anasazi museum and a canyon full of petroglyphs.
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