Ghost Towns SW New Mexico........

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  1. yugamu

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    Here's Cuchillo:

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    Hillsboro:

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    Mogollon:

    Time has stopped in this sleepy town.

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    Lincoln:

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    Damn I'm lovin this thread! There are a few I am going to on this weekend. I hope to get some great photos of that first town. It goes back too, like circa 1870's. And to my east is the underground city of Old Havre, Montana. The old city is litterly underground. Gotta check that out, too.

    Keep up the Ghosttowns, bro. I'll post mine asap. :D Cheers!
     
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    I LOVE this!!!!
    The railroad tracks and churches are my faves!!
    Great work!!
    Very interesting.
     
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    Fantastic! I really like these!
     
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    Great set!
     
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    Great shots....model T's & gas pump is my fav....
    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Much thanks for the props. I have some I really like and some that are poo.......at least it's a trip down memory lane. feel free to pick apart some of the pics.

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    Bump for more criticism. :D
     
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    Are most of these touristy type spots? Or are they pretty much empty?

    I've been to a few in the mountains of Colorado with family, but was disappointed to find that they were crowded and too touristy to get any really good shots.
     

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