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Enjoyed seeing the lights on The Flume at night, which encouraged me to walk over there during the day. There is one small sign about the Flume. Nice little park next door, but that is about one of the original settlers of the area. Glad...More
My wife an I love history and interesting historical sites. Yeah, it's interesting that this makes the river cross itself, but that's about it. The little park with a sign describing the flume is weed choked and in disrepair. The flume itself (on the top)...More
Having been to Carlsbad many times as a child, I don't think I ever visited the Flume, so I'm glad I went this time. However, it seems like there is missed potential here. There is no information about the flume on site, so I had...More
Back after WWII, the Civilian Conservation Corps was started to give returning servicemen jobs. In Carlsbad, the projects included digging irrigation ditches all over the place plus the Flume to get water from the Pecos River to the irrigation ditches. This stone construction literally takes...More
I read about the Pecos River Flume on Trip Advisor. We were in the area, and decided to check it out. It was very interesting. As you drive down the road to the Flume, make sure that you stop at the Park/Visitor Center and read...More
It's just outside an amazing neighboorhood. The park is a fine walk about. The river you park by is lovely. The aquaduct is a great thing to stop and see. It's a rare sight in the US.
We walked up to the waterway that the...More