Old Tucson Gallery

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Old Tucson Gallery

Thanks to Old Tucson & Bob Shelton for the use of these images!

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8 thoughts on “Old Tucson Gallery”

  1. Great photo’s. Please put up some that are of the new construction of sets at Old Tucson. I understand they are being designed by Gene Rudolf the Production Designer for Yound Guns II and the Soul of N—-r Charlie. Good job Old Tucson for starting to bring that place back with movie quality sets.

  2. Visited Old Tucson many years ago when they were filming High Chaparral.  Loved it then.  Made me feel like I was really in the old west.  After the fire it will never be the same.  Not sure I want to see now.  Might be a big let down.

  3. I took some pics when I was here back in 1987. The place was awesome. There were gun fight events every 30 min. They had the little house on the prairie home, Wild Wild West train, old general store, taverns, old bank, mortuary bldg, where yu can get inside a standing coffin and take pics. Great place!! I’ll have to see if I have any pics.

    Joe

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