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For other places with the same name, see Kingman (disambiguation).

Kingman [1] is a city in Northern Arizona.

Understand

Kingman is the mid-point of the longest remaining stretch of the legendary Route 66, which reaches east of Seligman and goes west to the Colorado River at Topack/Golden Shores. It also boasts no less than forty buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Before automobiles became the primary mode of transportation, Kingman was a major railroad hub for the AT&SF railroad. These factors all combine to make Kingman a city rich with history.

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By car

Interstate 40 bisects Kingman, connecting to Barstow and eventually the Southern California metroplex to the west. From the east, Flagstaff connects to Kingman via I-40.

Kingman can be reached from Las Vegas via US 93. This trip has the added bonus of crossing the Hoover Dam.

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Get around

Old Route 66 is called Andy Devine Ave. in Kingman.

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--JoshuaNoble 12:10, 13 March 2009 (EDT)

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