Steel truss bridge across a mountainous river gorge. Bridge deck is at an approximate elevation of 2000 m.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 29, 2005 by J N Winkler
US-64 in New Mexico
My 300 horsepower hire car in a layby high up in the mountains of New Mexico.
I-25 I-40 junction Albuquerque, NM. This is a kind of stack but with some of the left turn ramps positioned outside the right turn ramps.
Frontage road adjacent to I-25 in New Mexico
Falling rock sign in northwestern New Mexico, using a symbol design unapproved by FHWA, photographed in the winter of 2000-01: this was later photoshopped into a widely circulated 'Beware of Loch Ness Monster' warning sign photo
Section of former US Route 66 near Laguna, New Mexico
Welcome to New Mexico - Entering Mountain Time Zone
I-40 westbound New Mexico
I-40 westbound, New Mexico
Route 66 (I-40 business route) West Tucumcari Boulevard, NM
I-40 heading west near Santa Rosa, NM
US550 in New Mexico on a hot summer's day. Notice the resurfaced opposite carriageway which continues into the far distance at the top left of the picture.