Rather unusual to visit but for a railfan it is a destination. For here in the High Plains of Eastern New Mexico two railroads cross. It makes for a great place to railfan.
There are also a lots of great old buildings to see. Years ago the little town was cling to the edge. There was some traffic from the crossing highways and the occasional traveler would stop and spend some money. Otherwise it was the one railroad that generated most of the business for the little wide spot.
Then the railroad mergers began and things were changing. The other railroad changed its crew change point to Vaughn. This was a small boost to the town. A new motel was built for the train crews to stay at. A new coffee shop was next door and there were other support jobs added. It was a small boom for the sleepy village.
Downtown had some really neat old buildings in various state of decay.
Not sure what is there now but it was a fun town to wander through and watch trains and the look at the ancient ruins of the a fading town.