Albuquerque Locations

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Southside Water Reclamation Plant
Southside Water Reclamation Plant
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The Southside Water Reclamation Plant (SWRP) is situated on a 100-acre site at 4201 Second Street SW in Albuquerque. It is the largest wastewater treatment facility in New Mexico.SWRP serves the entire Albuquerque and Bernalillo County area. In 1994, SWRP was upgraded to meet more stringent treatment requirements based on water quality regulations in New […]

South West Brewery + Ice Company
South West Brewery + Ice Company
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The Southwestern Brewery and Ice Company is a historic brewery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, located … and its flagship product, Glorieta Beer, was distributed throughout the southwest. This building was built in 1898 and is the last surviving railroad era building in Albuquerque. The George J. Maloof Realty Co. has put on sale one of […]

Simms Building
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The Simms Building in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the city’s first modern, International Style skyscraper. It was built in 1954, making it a contemporary of the similar Lever House in New York City

Silva’s Saloon
Silva's Saloon
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Silva’s Saloon is the subject of town lore. More than a few Bernalillo old timers believe it has an underground tunnel that was used to transport illegal booze. (It doesn’t.) That proprietor Felix Silva Sr. kept nine loaded guns stashed throughout the building, just in case. (True.) That a CIA agent used the pay phone […]

Sichler Farms
Sichler Farms
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Sichler Farms, Albuquerque — a store that has become a favorite chile destination for New Mexico locals and visitors alike. Now in its 24th season, Sichler Farms has experienced significant growth, while continuing to embody the Sichler mission and vision: A commitment to fresh, locally grown chile and produce, combined with a commitment to friendly, […]

Shooting Range Park
Shooting Range Park
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The City of Albuquerque Open Space Division provides and manages this publicly operated shooting range to promote the safe use of firearms in our community and through the state. The Shooting Range Park provides an alternative to illegal firearm practice on our mesas, open spaces, and vacant areas. The Shooting Range Park is a premiere […]

Sheriff’s Posse Arena
Sheriff's Posse Arena
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Valencia County Sheriff’s Posse: Arena, fairgrounds, meeting hall, steakhouse. Many rodeo events throughout the season. Photos: ABQ Film Office 2003

Scottsdale Village Shopping Center
Scottsdale Village Shopping Center
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Unique restaurants and boutique shops in NE Heights of Albuquerque, NM. Boutique Shopping, Beauty / Barber shops, physical fitness, pet grooming and Unique Restaurants make Scottsdale Village a great shopping center! Units available from 1,000 to 3,200sf. Tenants include Annies Soup Kitchen – a local favorite! NW corner of Eubank and Candelaria. Photos: City of […]

Satellite Coffee – University
Satellite Coffee - University
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Popular local coffee shop / diner serving locally sourced food, home baked pastries and fresh roasted coffee. Several locations around metro area.

Santa Fe Village
Santa Fe Village
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Welcome to popular Santa Fe Village in Albuquerque NM. Moderate income homes in this neighborhood are perfect for new families, retirees or singles . Beautiful curb appeal with many homes showing brick and stucco finish and high pitched roofs really set this Santa Fe Village home apart from the rest. Overlook accessed through the Petroglyph […]

Santa Ana Star Center
Santa Ana Star Center
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Welcome to the Santa Ana Star Center (SASC) a Global Spectrum managed facility. This $47 million facility is a multi-functional arena with sound, lighting and concert-quality acoustics. The Event Center leads the field among venues in New Mexico and hosts concerts, sporting events, conferences, and cultural programs. With 165, 000 square feet of extended floor […]

Santa Ana Pueblo Dirt Roads
Santa Ana Pueblo Dirt Roads
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Santa Ana Pueblo offers many film friendly driving locations including many dirt roads with desert and mountain backdrops. ‘Santa Ana Pueblo is 10 miles northwest of Bernalillo. The Santa Ana Pueblo lands cover 73,000 acres east and west of the Rio Grande. Tamaya, the Old Santa Ana Pueblo, was established after the reconquest of the […]

Sandia Peak Tramway
Sandia Peak Tramway
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The Sandia Peak Tramway is an aerial tramway located adjacent to Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. It stretches from the northeast edge of the city to the crestline A trip on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway transports you above deep canyons and breathtaking terrain a distance of 2.7 miles. See some of nature’s more dramatic beauty […]

Sandia Peak Ski Area
Sandia Peak Ski Area
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The Sandia Peak Ski Area is only 45 minute drive from the Albuquerque Metro area and fully equipped for a fun day on the slopes. Here you find Sandia Peak’s certified snow sports school, a complete rental shop, skiers’ cafe, and the Sandia Peak Sports Shop. Cibola National Forest jurisdiction. Photos: File

Route 66 Neon Signs
Route 66 Neon Signs
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Historic neon signs still glow on old Route 66 through Albuquerque, which is now Central Avenue. Alongside the vintage signs, you’ll see new versions put up by businesses that are continuing the aesthetic traditions of old Route 66, adorning their shops with bright, buzzing neon. The famous Route 66 continues to guide visitors through Albuquerque, […]

Roosevelt Park
Roosevelt Park
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Roosevelt Park was built in 1933 with federal Civil Works Administration funds. Originally called Terrace Park, it was later renamed after President Franklin Roosevelt. The park survived periods of neglect, crime, and dying trees to undergo a $2.8 million renovation and clean up in 2007. Today, it endures as one of Albuquerque’s oldest and most […]