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Trail Dust Town has been a Tucson landmark for almost 50 years. In the early 1950's, portions of Trail Dust Town were built as a movie set. Afterwards, the town developed into a western theme commercial complex anchored by the world famous "Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse."

The heart of Trail Dust Town is Pinnacle Peak, Tucson's original cowboy steakhouse. Along the wooden boardwalks and red-brick paved streets are numerous shops, restaurants, art galleries and the like. The town has other popular attractions, such as the "C.P. Huntington" narrow guage railroad, and mine tunnel tour.

Location: Agro Land & Cattle Co., 6541 East Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson Arizona 85715 Telephone 520-296-4551 Fax 8-3614

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