Santa Fe Train
detailsDick Campbell Unknown 1070.0266.0000.jpg RR-266 Color 1070-0266-0000 1070.0266.0000 35mm Slide <2x3 Historic Photographs May 23, 1986 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
Santa Fe Train near Hackberry, Arizona. Hackberry is a small town located in central Mohave County in northwest Arizona.
In 1848, after defeating Mexico, the U.S. incorporated this territory as New Mexico (later it split Arizona as a separate territory).
When the the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad (later the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad) laid its tracks through the area in 1883, Hackberry built a station which was named after the Hackberry silver mine.
Source: The Route 66. Hackberry.
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