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    Default New Mexico ghosttowns

    Originally posted by kathy

    : We're planning on spending some time in New Mexico this
    : winter. There are umpteen million ones listed on the
    : New Mexico page. Can someone please suggest some
    : interesting ones? Thanks


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    Default Re: New Mexico ghosttowns

    Originally posted by Coach Bodie

    : Shakespeare looked great from behind a fence. What I am saying is, it's only open at certain times so check ahead before you go. We took a trek from the Slaughter Ranch in Southeast Arizona throught the Coronado National Forest and up through the Animas Valley in New Mexico only to find it "Closed."

    : Quite a disappointment, but it was a dandy from what we could tell!

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    : : We're planning on spending some time in New Mexico this
    : : winter. There are umpteen million ones listed on the
    : : New Mexico page. Can someone please suggest some
    : : interesting ones? Thanks


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    Default Old hachita

    Originally posted by steve in so az

    : Hello - In my 50 years roaming the AZ/NM desert I have never seen one as neat and original as Old Hachita - down in the southwest corner of the state. There's no one there and about 12 buildings. I could tell you how to get to it but the best bet would be to stop at the new Hachita, NM town and ask. there are builfdings on the north and on the south side of the hills - fairly close together so dont miss them all. Good luck, Steve in so az


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    Default Re: New Mexico ghosttowns

    Originally posted by Daniel

    : : We're planning on spending some time in New Mexico this
    : : winter. There are umpteen million ones listed on the
    : : New Mexico page. Can someone please suggest some
    : : interesting ones? Thanks

    : Among the best Ghost Towns in New Mexico are
    : Shakespeare, Steins, Old Hatchita and Lake Valley. You can check out pictures of these and more New Mexico Ghost Towns at the Ghost Town Gallery website.


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