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Steins Railroad Ghost Town


Steins Railroad Ghost Town
Dog-Friendly Attractions
Interstate 10, Exit 3
Steins,
New Mexico 88045
505-542-9791


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When traveling along I-10 in New Mexico, near the Arizona border, be sure to stop at this ghost town. Steins Railroad Ghost Town was once a thriving railroad station town named after Captain Stein, a U.S. Army officer, who was the first Anglo witness to sign a treaty with the Apaches. At the town's peak, between 1905 to 1945, Steins supported 1300 residents. Take a step back in time and walk through the preserved Old West frontier town with your pup. You can purchase some souvenirs and cold drinks at the Steins Mercantile or purchase a guided tour for $2.50 per person. The self-guided tour is free. This is a nice place to stop when traveling along I-10. Just be sure to keep your dog leashed because there are several cats on the premises.





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