The Rail Runner

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Bill Anderson

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Thanks for the post. I spent two weeks in Santa Fe back in 2000 and rode the Santa Fe Southern to Lamy and back.

It looks like a lot has changed in 18 years. Does the RailRunner go all the way to Albuquerque?


Active Member
It's the end of the line for the Rail Runner at Belen (pronounced bah LEN). My train, 512, becomes 511 between the 1515 arrival and the 1540 departure.

The mainline nearby has sights galore.




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I'm glad this was not necessary.


As with all the other stops, the train arrived on-time in Santa Fe. It was a long day for me, but the expenses were very low for this much enjoyment.

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