Texas Historical Locales


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 36 of 36 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Ad Hall Milam Pettibone
Alley House Colorado Alleyton
Blue Gap Runnels Goldsboro
Bluff View Drive-In Brown Bangs East
Bob-O-Links Golf Course Dallas Dallas
Camp Colorado Coleman Coleman NE
Camp Four Houston Ratcliff
Camp Peña Colorado Brewster Beckwith Hills
Camp Travis Bexar San Antonio East
Colman Wagner Farm Houston Halls Bluff
Col-Tex Refinery Mitchell Cedar Bend
Drydens Ranch Brewster Castolon
Edinburg Yard Hidalgo Edinburg
El Rancho Drive-In Wilbarger Vernon
Ferrell Shingle Mill Houston Weches
Halls Bluff Landing Houston Halls Bluff
Hulaus Ranch Brewster Grapevine Hills
Jet Drive-In Howard Big Spring South
Kennard Mills Houston Ratcliff
Kokernot Springs Brewster Alpine North
La Coyota Brewster Castolon
Lumberjack Drive-In Nacogdoches Nacogdoches South
Matthews Ranch Brewster Sombrero Peak
Nunnely Ranch Val Verde Ramsey Canyon
Peter Woods Farm Houston Halls Bluff
Pine Springs Campground Houston Crockett NE
Port Arthur Pleasure Pier Jefferson Port Arthur South
Progress City Brewster Santiago Peak
Rancho Estelle Brewster Castolon
Rodet Mitchell Colorado City
Stillwell Ranch Brewster Sombrero Peak
Tarkington Prairie School Liberty Tarkington Prairie
Treaty Oak Travis Austin West
Twin Falls Drive-In Wichita Wichita Falls West
Warsaw San Augustine Cassells-Boykin Park
Windsor Park Mall Bexar Longhorn
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