It's the ultimate rock 'n' roll road trip. In 2016, on the 90th anniversary of the opening of America's "Mother Road", Brightonians Suzanne Rolfe and Melita Dennett spent five weeks travelling the dirt roads and gravel byways of Route 66.
They explored abandoned motels, walked through graveyards of rusting cadillacs and visited ghost towns on a road that once represented the epitome of The American Dream, now being reclaimed by nature and the forces off the weather.
The result of their trip is now to be seen in a photographic exhibition at gallery 40 in Brighton's North Laine from Friday 30th September to Sunday 2nd October. Private view is Friday 30th September, 6pm til we run out of drink.
40 Gloucester Road - North Laine - Brighton - East Sussex - BN1 4AQ