About the only building mostly surviving in this tiny bath house that has "modern rest rooms" occasionally repainted on it. The is also a nearby junkyard with many older wrecked cars (probably some gems in there).
This is also an example of a place that "moved" because of a new road or railroad that requires you to get off the Interstate. Like Trementina, "Endee" was "re-sited" to a truckstop on a I-40 off-ramp. The actual town is actually a few miles south, down a partially paved (it is slowly dissolving) road at a crossroads of state road 66 (the original US Route 66) and state road 93, which also has an abandoned rail bed right next to it.