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Santa Fe railway station New Mexico USA
New Mexico

This is the Santa Fe railway station, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico USA. The completion of the Railrunner comuter train service in 2008 brought passengers, who previously could only get as far as Lamy (some trwenty miles out of town), back into the heart of Santa Fe.

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