Hungry for a little History? Birds Eye map of Albuquerque 1886

Thanks to a post on Forgotten Albuquerque Blog, and the comments by a Tom, I was able to put google to use to find this neat pretty high resolution scan of a Augustus Koch Albuquerque birds eye Map.


Those following the Barelas Acequia hunt may appreciate the bridges between 2nd and 3rd around coal. ;-D

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Comment by misterhinkydink on March 14, 2009 at 11:41am
That's very cool. Up until the Huning Castle Apartments were built, the well head was still visible at the former location of the windmill at Franz Huning's house.

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