[meteorite-list] Nininger's Meteorite Museum Ruins

From: John Hendry <pict_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 15:50:13 -0500
Message-ID: <024F15C2-94CC-4353-AFB8-E34806533A5C_at_pict.co.uk>


I swung past there in March last year on a bike trip. There is a gate across the old Route 66 road that provides access. The gate has a sign on it emphatically marked ?No Trespassing?. Somebody more familiar with Arizona trespass laws might be able to advise of the possible consequences to flaunting the message. Certainly reachable if the sign is ignored (1/2 mile walk), though I wasn?t tempted myself. There?s some more info here?


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Date: Friday, July 21, 2017 at 8:09 AM
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Subject: [meteorite-list] Nininger's Meteorite Museum Ruins

Dear Friends,

Could somebody tell if that is possible and how to reach the Ruins of the old Nininger's Meteorite Museum? I heard that the road is closed but is there any way to visit a place?

In a few weeks time we will visit US for the great Solar Eclipse and we have included Barringer crater in our car trip.
I have never been there at the site so I would appreciate any advise.

Best Regards,
Karlis Berzins
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