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In the Wilds of NM

Some Friends and I went off to explore the remaining ruins of an old Southwestern Ghost Town, our timing sucked, (Got runoff by someone making a buck off of having exclusive paid access "jeep tour") but still had a nice little outing hitting some of the other areas abandoned attractions.

Hagan, NM around 1901 by surveyors for the Pennsylvania Development Company and coal production actually started around 1903, Closed down in about 1931 when the coal became hard to mine (one report said there was also a mine fire)

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Then to Coyote, NM, these we shot from the road side, fence lines were strong and obvious and owned by the same landowner we did not wish to piss off. Similar story, also Coal, also closed down by the early 1930's

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Then off to Santo Domingo (now Kewa) Trading post, (its on the national register of historic places, and will probably soon be rebuilt/conserved)

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And some nearby abandonments.

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And Finally to a abandoend factory, (im thinking woodwork)

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All This and more can be seen in my flickr stream by clicking any of the photos.
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Tags: abandoned, factories., ghosttowns, nm, tradingposts
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