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14 PHOTOS FOR LAMY NEW MEXICO - SANTA FE DEPOT
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Lamy, New Mexico, Santa Fe Depot, Circa 2011
(submitted by Mike Pennington on 04/20/12)
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The Lamy Depot was built in 1909 by AT&SF in their signature California Mission archetectural style with red tile roof and arches of the early ATSF. An 18-mile spur into the Territorial Capitol was operational by February, 1880, the AT&SF having bypassed Santa Fe when building it's main line through New Mexico in 1879. http://www.lamymuseum.org
(submitted by Rich A. on 01/15/13)
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Stucco over red brick. Assume the brick is exposed for effect?
(submitted by Rich A. on 01/15/13)
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Street side. The first depot burned in 1890. There were maintenance buildings, a roundhouse, a coal chute, houses, stores, the post office and a church.
(submitted by Rich A. on 01/15/13)
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LAMY NEW MEXICO - SANTA FE DEPOT
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