For the first time ever, a public exhibition of images from the
Railyard as it is today. Exhibition Dates: Sept. 15-Nov. 14, 2011 At the Kimo Theater Gallery 423 Central Ave. NW
Albuquerque, NM Gallery Hours can be found listed on the Kimo Gallery site (505) 768-3522 (for gallery info)
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More Photos of the Rail Yards

  (Photo by: Tim Anderson)

 (Photo by: Tim Anderson)

The following links are from the Wheels Museum web site and have been compiled here for your convenience:

A historical selection of photographs from the Jim Kubie collection of the Santa Fe Railroad Yards and the employees who worked there.

Railroad shops & yards 1939-1945

About 1912, the Santa Fe Railway approached the City of Albuquerque with their plans to modernize and expand the outmoded A and P locomotive shops which stood between Second Street and the main tracks, and from Hazeldin south to Pacific.

AT&SF Albuquerque, NM Roundhouse
"The 32-stall Albuquerque roundhouse was built in 1914-15. It included four "long" stalls on the east side that could accommodate Mallets and other large engines. 

Interior Views
This page presents photographs featuring interior views of the main buildings included in the Wheels Museum project.

New Mexico Film Commission Photographs
The New Mexico Film Commission is promoting the buildings as unique sites for movie productions.

The Santa Fe
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was one of the largest railroads in the United States.