Salon El Zaguán | Fred Friedman |

Salon El Zaguán | Fred Friedman

June 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm



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Historic Santa Fe Foundation presents the June Salon El Zaguán with Fred Friedman who will speak on The Lamy Branch Line, A Microcosm of New Mexico State & Territorial History. The virtual talk takes place on June 22, 2021, at 3pm MT via Zoom. There is no charge for members, but non-members entry fee is $10. Registration is required.

Established in 1880 only as an afterthought, this eighteen-mile branch line continues to re-invent itself through periods of national expansion, wars, depressions and economic turbulence. The line has even has outlasted it’s famous creator, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company. Recently purchased by local entrepreneurs, the Lamy Branch Line is about to re-invent itself once more.


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