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Puye Cliffs – Ancient Ruins at Santa Clara Pueblo, NM

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Ancient Ruins. They’re part of the Southwest United State Culture, and if you are visiting New Mexico you have many choices on what to visit when it comes to Ancient Ruins. I have already written here about the Salinas Pueblo Mission Ruins, twice because I love them, but now I’d like to tell potential New […]

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Trains in Albuquerque, Old and New

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Trains and Albuquerque, New Mexico have a long history together. If you are a Train aficionado, you probably know that Albuquerque was the ONLY place between Chicago and the Pacific Coast that a locomotive could be repaired or overhauled during the height of the train era in the United States. The Atchison, Tokepa and Santa […]

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