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    Cyburbia Administrator Dan's avatar
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    Las Cruces, New Mexico

    Photographs of a city seldom seen by those outside of the Land of Entrapment. There are more images, including full-size (L=1280 pixels) JPEGs, in the Gallery.

    Driving into Las Cruces on US 70



    The mighty Las Cruces skyline, with the "pipes" of the Organ Mountains in the distance.



    Typical commercial development











    Residential development and sprawl.





























    Exurban development in Talavera Canyon









    Telshor Boulevard and Memorial Medical Center.



    Mountain View Hospital



    University Avenue

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    What is that statue, Dan? (with the three soldiers).

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    What a hideous golf course. I can't believe anyone would willingly walk out onto that thing.

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    It looks like Las Vegas, without the casinos and before the growth boom.

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    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    What is that statue, Dan? (with the three soldiers).
    The Veterans Memorial Park. It's actually rather nice.
    Growth for growth's sake is the ideology of the cancer cell. -- Edward Abbey

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    And not a single shot of Mesilla?

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