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[Alvorado Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico]

Description: Santa Fe's nationally known Alvarado Hotel adjoining the passenger station in Albuquerque, New Mexico, circa 1947. Lower left is the Fred Harvey news stand with Fred Harvey Indian Museum in left center portion of the rambling structure which is surmounted by Spanish style cupolas. The Alvorado was torn down in December of 1969.
Date: 1947
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Clovis, New Mexico depot]

Description: For many years this depot at Clovis, New Mexico was one of the busiest passenger terminals on Santa Fe rails, circa 1960. This was the junction point for passenger trains operating to and from the Texas cities of Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston; also, for the mainline trains operating via Amarillo to and from Chicago and the West Coast.
Date: 1960~
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

[Santa Fe's "The Chief"]

Description: Reminiscent of the "Glory Days of Steam" the Santa Fe's "The Chief" train No. 20, eastbound, tri-headed by locomotives, is climbing to the crest of Raton Pass in New Mexico in May 1947.
Date: May 1947
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad