After 1936, Route 66 was realigned from its original path, which linked north through Santa Fe, to a direct line west into Albuquerque. Today, the city’s Central Ave follows the post-1937 route. Kelly’s Brewery, in trendy Nob Hill, was an art moderne gas station on the route, commissioned in 1939. West of I-25, look for the KiMo Theatre, an icon of pueblo deco architecture. For prehistoric designs, take exit 154 and drive north 3 miles to Petroglyph National Monument.