Category Archives: train station depot buildings

Where the Southern Cross the Dog

Back a number of years ago, I first read about where the Southern Cross the Dog in a Farm Bureau magazine quiz.  I had never heard of it, and it was an intriguing story about the town of Moorhead and … Continue reading

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Mount Vernon, Texas

I stopped off in Mt. Vernon, Texas on my way home last week, in order to get a photograph of a New Deal building for the Living New Deal project.  Although I have driven past here on the Interstate many … Continue reading

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Train Stations: Baird, Throckmorton, and Graham

The Texas and Pacific (known as the T & P throughout Texas) built its first station in Baird in 1881, with the construction of the original train depot pictured here.  Two story depots were not common in Texas’ small towns … Continue reading

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