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Glamis Cemetery
Glamis, Imperial County, California

Contributed by Steve Paul Johnson [steve@cleardigitalmedia.com] and Stacy Vellas [stasia6@earthlink.net] on November 19, 2000. Total records = 1.

Glamis originally was a stop along the Southern Pacific railway, during the late 1800s. In those days, the steam locomotives needed to stop about every 20 miles to reload with water. These days, the diesel engines just drive on by.

Glamis today is a place where people drive their sand buggies and dirt bikes.

The cemetery is no longer in use. Most likely railroad workers are buried here.

To reach the cemetery, travel to the town of Glamis. The cemetery lies just off the intersection of Highway 78 and Ted Kipf Road.

There is one stone marker in here with the inscription "Bob".

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