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S: Albuquerque, Vol 2

BC: Albuquerque in you rear-view mirror The view from Nine Mile Hill

FC: Albuquerque, New Mexico | June 2009 Volume 2 | West Side

1: Just south of the Downtown area is the historic largely Hispanic neighborhood of Barelas. | Who else would have a patron saint for hamburgers? | The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence Second St & Coal

2: Our Lady of Kazan Church | 400 2nd Street (in case you didn't notice) | Atlantic & Pacific RR Yard 1899

3: Armijo School 1914 | Mushroom Gas Canopy, Rt 66 pre-1937 | Historic Red Ball Cafe | 1900 Saddle Shop now Antiques | Our Lady of Kazan Church

4: Red Ball Cafe on 4th Street, once Route 66 | B Ruppe Drug, 1900 | Wall murals in Barelas | Sacred Heart Church, 1903, hold steel beams from the Twin Towers | Lewis Building, 1875 | 1206 4th St SW

5: Orpheum Theater, 1911 | El Madrid Lounge, 1st & Coal | Albuquerque's first Fire House | Coal Avenue, the edge of Barelas

6: Historic Newlander Apartments, 1900 | Gold Street Cafe & Hope Building, 1894 | Two differing viewpoints on social issues | West Side

7: Transit Center | King's Rest, 1916

8: VSA Art Center | 666 Tijares Ave | Drive Thru Grocery | District Court | Bank of ABQ | ConventionCenter Tile

9: 1st United Methodist Church | Old Post Office | Nancy's Bridal Boutique - where the elite shop! | Any building style you can imagine

10: Things go better with Casistas? | Copper pan for the Scales of Justice | Plaza Del Sol

11: Ameripride Laundry, the building is covered in murals | Drive-In Furs | Dennis Chavez Federal Bldg

12: Washington Middle School | Albuquerque Churches | Mural at Fire Station #1

13: Buy American | Everyone waits for the light to change | Alvarado Station & RailRunner

14: Museum Sculpture Garden | Albert at the Museum | Carrie & Clyde Tingley

15: Fractals | Convention Center Parking | I-40 & Rio Grande | Lomas & 8th | Lomas & 11th

16: Hugh Counterweight | Champion Grocer, 1904 | Brittiana Mauger House, 1897 | Cathedral Church of St John, 1894 | Colorado Phone Co., 1900

17: El Fidel Hotel, 1932 | Original Fez Club (Shriners) | PNM | Gold Street | 3rd Story Trees

18: St Mary's High School, 1921 | The Tree of Life | Museum Sculpture Garden | Galeria | Tiguex Park

19: Eller Apartments, 1922 | What happens when you have left-over paint | Retired Old Hippie | Main Library art

20: Hilton's First Albuquerque Hotel, 1939 | Federal Building, 1930 | Pete Dominichi Courthouse | Tacos, Flautas, Sopapillas, Oh My! | Explora!

21: The Big I and the Sandias | Optical Illusions | Andy's old Indian Pawn | 100 Gold St

22: The Duke of Albuquerque | The Queen & Friend | Old Town

23: A mix of the old and the eclectic

24: Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe | Zamora House, 1893 | El Parrillan, 1890 | South Plaza

25: Blueher House, 1896 | Patio San Felipe | Pueblo Don Gaspar | Armijo House, 1880 | Casa Armijo, 1840

26: Sister Blandiana's Convent 1793 | First School in Albquerque | San Felipe de Neri Church 1793

27: Romero House, 1915 | Church St & Romero St | Red Rock Cafe | San Felipe St | Our Lady of Guadalupe

28: Downtown on Central | Albuquerque's 1st Skyscraper First National Bank, 1924 | Designer Caboose | Tequilla Mockingbird

29: Yrissari Bldg, 1909 | Skip Maisel’s, Federal Dome Falling Numbers | Love is in the air | Red-headed with shovel | Ghost signs of businesses past | Construction Boss

30: Hotel Blue | Java Joe's | Villa Di Capo | 12th & Central NW | Art is where you find it

31: The Kimo

32: The Kress Building, 1925 | Note the actual door incorporated into the mural | Sunshine Theatre, 1924 | Central & 7th St SW | Electric Light Company, 1914

33: Bill at the Bubble Lounge | South on 4th St | New York Pizza & ATM | Washington Aptmnts, 1916 | Every blank wall is a mural | Lindy's, 1929

34: Art is where you chalk it | The Puccini Building, 1929 | Occidental Life Building, modeled after Doge's Palace in Venice, built in 1917 | Reflections on the Hyatt | Convention Center tile work

35: George Maloof Where else but Albuquerque would there be a statue of the state's biggest beer distributor? | Petroleum Building, 1986 | Sheltering in the Art

36: Around the Civic Plaza

38: Qwest, the people that bring you dropped calls

39: Biopark

40: The Children's Fantasy Garden

41: Six-foot spiders?

44: Sting Ray & Waiter Ray same expression

46: Tingley Beach

47: Firestone Tires, 1929 | Skinner Grocery, 1931 | Ghost sign, Skinner Grocery | Washington Apartments, 1916 | Castle Apartments, 1922 | Route 66

48: Bell's Trading Post, 1946 | Horn Oil & Lodge, 1946 | Horn Oil & Lodge, 1946 | La Glorieta, pre 1821 | Tower Court, 1946 | Route 66 was the main East-West route through Albuquerque from the 1920's to the 1960's

49: El Vado Court, 1937 | Cibola Court, 1947 | El Don Motel | El Campo Tourist Court, 1937 | Grandview Motel, 1947 Last motel in town heading west

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