Williams (Arizona)

Coconino County


Williams is a city in Coconino County in the U.S. state of Arizona. Williams has 2842 inhabitants 113.4 km ². Williams is affected by the historic Route 66 and Interstate 40 In Williams, the Arizona State Route 64 begins at the direction of Grand Canyon Village leads to the south side of the Grand Canyon. Williams also has many restaurants and motels. With the Williams Williams Municipal Airport has its own airport. In addition, the Dogtown Reservoir is located in the village.

From Williams Junction Amtrak Station from the transcontinental long-distance train Southwest Chief runs daily in the direction of Los Angeles and Flagstaff Albuquerque - Kansas City - Chicago.

The Williams train station in the center is the starting point of the popular with tourists all year trains running Grand Canyon Railway to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. In summer, steam locomotive hauled Additional trains are used.

Grand Canyon hotel, historic hotel from 1891

Historic building

Restaurant - street advertising

Row of houses in the evening light

Building on the main road (Route 66)

Hackney taxi in Williams

Advertising on the main road (Route 66)

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  • Location in Arizona
  • Location in North America
  • Coconino County