38 photos
Glenrio has more traffic lanes than people. Since it straddles the TX/NM line this gallery has images from both states. Some were taken from one state of a scene in another. One is exactly on the line.

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Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:Glen Rio, Glenrio, I-40 bypass, abandoned buildings, bypass victim, ghost town, ruin

CAFE SIGN AND TREE (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)LITTLE JUAREZ DINER, WEST VIEW (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)LITTLE JUAREZ DINER, SOUTHEAST VIEW (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)ROAD RELICS (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)RUIN AND CHAIR (Rt 66 Glenrio NM)ABANDONED GAS STATION & CHAIR (Rt 66 Glenrio NM)NEW MEXICO/TEXAS MARKER (Rt 66 Glenrio NM/TX)STATE LINE MARKER & RUIN (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)ABANDONED TEXACO IN HEADLIGHTS (Rt 66 + I-40 Glenrio TX)OLD CANOPY, NEW MUSTANG (Rt 66 Glenrio NM)SUNFLOWERS & TEXACO (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)STICKER & VANDALISM (Rt 66 Glenrio TX)DIAGONALS (Rt 66 Glenrio NM/TX)CHEVRON TEXACO (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)FADING TEXACO (Rt 66/I-40 Glenrio TX)TRESTLE REMNANT (Rt 66 nr Glenrio NM)PORTALS & SHADOWS (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)FALLINGTIMBER (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)CANOPY VIEW (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)TEXACO & YUCCA (Rt 66 Glenrio TX/NM)