Alto is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, first settled in early 1900s in what was then part of the Tyndall Mining District, east of Tubac in the Santa Rita Mountains. The town was originally named El Plomo, which is Spanish for "lead", and was changed to Alto, meaning "high", many years later, probably because the mines were located high up on a steep mountainside.

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  • Alto is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, first settled in early 1900s in what was then part of the Tyndall Mining District, east of Tubac in the Santa Rita Mountains. The town was originally named El Plomo, which is Spanish for "lead", and was changed to Alto, meaning "high", many years later, probably because the mines were located high up on a steep mountainside. (en)
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  • The adobe ruins of the Bond house in Alto. One room was used as a post office between 1907 and 1933.
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  • Location within Santa Cruz County.
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  • Alto is a ghost town in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, first settled in early 1900s in what was then part of the Tyndall Mining District, east of Tubac in the Santa Rita Mountains. The town was originally named El Plomo, which is Spanish for "lead", and was changed to Alto, meaning "high", many years later, probably because the mines were located high up on a steep mountainside. (en)
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  • Alto, Arizona (en)
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  • Alto, Arizona (en)
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