The sketchiest freeway in Los Angeles is the Arroyo Seco Parkway, which winds its way through the northeast side of town in an eight-mile stretch so precarious that many choose to avoid it altogether. It was the first freeway ever built in the country, and a drive on it tends to go from amusing to bone-chilling as quickly as it takes to find yourself sitting at one of its stop-sign entrances, peering over your left shoulder, trying to gather the courage to enter directly into the right lane. With traffic flying by at around 65 miles per hour, and cars lining up impatiently behind you, merging onto the parkway is an act that usually comes down to a simple leap of faith: put your pedal to the metal and say a prayer. But it was on this street that a timewarp recently opened up, and Route 66 was briefly reborn. Just like that, a nondescript building on a nondescript block stuck out like a beacon, the sign bringing back to life a different time—a portal to another world. The sight of it was so jarring that it had commuters pulling over to gawk.
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