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RG-37921 Water Well, NM is a well located in Bernalillo County at N35.06755° W106.43613° (NAD83). This is the nearest place in the USGS place names database to the center of the map view below.  Look below the map view for a list of other places and locations that are visible within this map view.  If you need to locate a landmark or feature, you can search for its location on our Find Places page.  If you need to locate a specific USGS topographic map, try our Find Maps page.



USGS Map Name:  Tijeras, NM    Map MRC: 35106A4
Map Center:  N35.06550°  W106.43600°    Datum: NAD27    Zoom: 32m/pixel
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Note: Areas shaded green have 1:24K topographic map coverage.


Places Within This Map View:
Place Type Coordinates (click to center)
RG-37921 Water WellWellN35.06755° W106.43613°
501 Water WellWellN35.06949° W106.43697°
500 Water WellWellN35.06894° W106.44002°
RG-35205 Water WellWellN35.06588° W106.44169°
Dead Man Curve Water WellWellN35.06644° W106.43030°
53 Water WellWellN35.06838° W106.44113°
93 Water WellWellN35.06671° W106.44197°
RG-38467 Water WellWellN35.06699° W106.44225°
Cañon de Carnuel GrantParkN35.06588° W106.44308°
52 Water WellWellN35.07033° W106.44141°
RG-38149 Water WellWellN35.06810° W106.44363°
Three Gun Spring TrailheadLocaleN35.06727° W106.44391°
RG-29978 Water WellWellN35.07033° W106.44280°
91 Water WellWellN35.06060° W106.44280°
92 Water WellWellN35.06060° W106.44308°
85 Water WellWellN35.06088° W106.44363°
MonticelloPopulated PlaceN35.06533° W106.44502°
87 Water WellWellN35.06005° W106.44363°
Hetty Green Group MineMineN35.05838° W106.42975°
Silver Ring-Verdun ClaimsMineN35.05838° W106.42975°
RG-41786 Water WellWellN35.06977° W106.44447°
RG-30695 Water WellWellN35.06616° W106.44669°
100519324 Water WellWellN35.07421° W106.44252°
139 Water WellWellN35.05949° W106.44530°
RG-39407 Water WellWellN35.05894° W106.44502°
136 Water WellWellN35.07366° W106.44363°
135 Water WellWellN35.06644° W106.44752°
39 Water WellWellN35.07283° W106.44502°
55 Water WellWellN35.07366° W106.44447°
51 Water WellWellN35.07032° W106.42502°
RG-40907 Water WellWellN35.07449° W106.44419°
RG-36005 Water WellWellN35.07449° W106.44475°
RG-35453 Water WellWellN35.05644° W106.44725°
200 Water WellWellN35.06394° W106.45086°
Sink Hole Water WellWellN35.06449° W106.45197°
Carnuel Census Designated PlaceCensusN35.06894° W106.45387°
88 Water WellWellN35.06283° W106.45530°
RG-33404 Water WellWellN35.06310° W106.45586°
Carnuel CemeteryCemeteryN35.06421° W106.45725°
Silva SiteLocaleN35.06394° W106.45725°
CarnuelPopulated PlaceN35.06394° W106.45725°
507 Water WellWellN35.04727° W106.42363°
Well Number 4 Water WellWellN35.06505° W106.46002°
RG-38936 Water WellWellN35.06255° W106.46002°
Well Number 1 Water WellWellN35.06727° W106.46030°
Well Number 2 Water WellWellN35.07005° W106.46002°
Echo CanyonValleyN35.07283° W106.46058°
137 Water WellWellN35.06310° W106.46225°
York MineMineN35.03783° W106.44058°
Manzano MountainSummitN35.04005° W106.42419°
Seven SpringsSpringN35.07616° W106.40947°
Santo Niño CemeteryCemeteryN35.05866° W106.46752°
Santo Niño ChurchChurchN35.06144° W106.46808°
Three Gun SpringSpringN35.09894° W106.43863°
Farrington PitMineN35.06005° W106.46919°
Granite Hill Water WellWellN35.06199° W106.46975°
Cerro PelonSummitN35.03088° W106.43725°
Embudo TrailTrailN35.09366° W106.45725°
Manzanita MountainsRangeN35.03727° W106.41447°
171 Water WellWellN35.06088° W106.47224°
Grass Roots Number 1-4MineN35.03394° W106.45475°
Ideal Basic Limestone QuarryMineN35.06449° W106.39919°
RG-35336 Water WellWellN35.06144° W106.47391°
Tijeras Water WellWellN35.08005° W106.40030°
Tijeras MineMineN35.07171° W106.39780°
RG-3913 Water WellWellN35.05477° W106.47391°
Apachitos CanyonValleyN35.07005° W106.39614°
South Sandia SpringSpringN35.10588° W106.42725°
Cerro PelonMineN35.02449° W106.44336°
Embudo SpringSpringN35.09671° W106.46391°
Number 1 Water WellWellN35.07310° W106.39475°
Alpha MineMineN35.08866° W106.47141°
Corral CanyonValleyN35.07810° W106.39530°
Hondo CanyonValleyN35.07977° W106.39558°
Carlito SpringSpringN35.08866° W106.39975°

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Note (6/26/2013) - Map sizes are now larger, and an extra-large (1280x1280) option has been added as well.

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Note (3/07/2009) - We've started adding 1:100K and 1:250K scale USGS topographic maps, starting with southern Oregon and moving out from there.  Coverage will be a bit sparse at first while we crank up automated processing of map tiles at these topographic map scales.  To view 1:100K and 1:250K scale topos, you'll need to manually select them from the sidebar (the Choose Automatically selection will not select these map scales until we have more coverage).  You can use the coverage map types to see what areas we've already processed and have online.  Also note that satellite photo coverage isn't meant to be particularly useful at this point, it's just (very) experimental.

Note (7/31/2008) - We've started adding 1:50K scale topographic maps of Canada, starting with British Columbia.  The Canadian topographic map coverage is still a bit experimental, and integration into the map viewer still needs a little work.  The map viewer will not yet automatically select the 1:50K scale topographic maps, so if you're trying to view maps in Canada, you may need to manually switch to the 1:50K Topo Maps selection in the Map Contents section of the sidebar.

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