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Historical Markers in Cloudcroft, New Mexico

 
Clickable Map of Otero County, New Mexico and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Otero County, NM (20) Chaves County, NM (34) Doña Ana County, NM (57) Eddy County, NM (17) Lincoln County, NM (65) Sierra County, NM (16) Culberson County, TX (20) El Paso County, TX (131) Hudspeth County, TX (14)  OteroCounty(20) Otero County (20)  ChavesCounty(34) Chaves County (34)  DoñaAnaCounty(57) Doña Ana County (57)  EddyCounty(17) Eddy County (17)  LincolnCounty(65) Lincoln County (65)  SierraCounty(16) Sierra County (16)  CulbersonCountyTexas(20) Culberson County (20)  ElPasoCounty(131) El Paso County (131)  HudspethCounty(14) Hudspeth County (14)
Alamogordo is the county seat for Otero County
Cloudcroft is in Otero County
      Otero County (20)  
ADJACENT TO OTERO COUNTY
      Chaves County (34)  
      Doña Ana County (57)  
      Eddy County (17)  
      Lincoln County (65)  
      Sierra County (16)  
      Culberson County, Texas (20)  
      El Paso County, Texas (131)  
      Hudspeth County, Texas (14)  
 
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1New Mexico (Otero County), Cloudcroft — Cloud-Climbing Railroad
In order to provide timber for the construction of his El Paso & Northeastern Railroad north of Alamagordo, Charles B. Eddy in 1898 built a spur into the Sacramento Mountains. The line operated as far as Cloudcroft until 1947. The Cloudcroft Trestle . . . Map (db m59164) HM
2New Mexico (Otero County), Cloudcroft — Restoring a Local Treasure
The Mexican Canyon Trestle was restored in 2009-2010. Over 420 timbers were replaced and large sections of the trestle were rebuilt. The US Forest Service, New Mexico Rails-to-Trails and local efforts continue to preserve this treasure. The . . . Map (db m59346) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022