Uncovered Texas

Terminal


Dallas Union Terminal

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Neighborhood - Dallas.


Front of MKT Railway Terminal

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Front of Dallas Union Terminal

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Front of Greyhoud Bus Terminal

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Santa Fe Terminal Bldgs. #1 & #2

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National Register - Dallas.


Dallas Union Terminal

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National Register - Dallas.


Texas and Pacific Terminal Complex

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National Register - Fort Worth.


First Transcontinental Air Service to Texas Panhandle, Amarillo Municipal Airpor

Regular air service to Amarillo was inaugurated May 29, 1929, at Old Municipal Airport, 4 miles west of here. It was initiated by Western Air Express, using a 12-passenger Fokker trimotor plane flying round trip from Los Angeles to Amarillo. This was the first segment of transcontinental air service....

Historical Marker - Amarillo.


Terminal Railroad

Built in 1892, the Aransas Harbor Terminal Railroad ("Old Terminal Railroad") provided a means for transporting rock from mainland quarries to jetties under construction in the pass. In 1909 the Aransas Pass Channel and Dock Company was chartered to build a channel from the first south Texas deep wa....

Historical Marker - Aransas Pass.


Port of Beaumont

The city of Beaumont, 41 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico, was served from its founding in 1837 by schooners and sternwheelers navigating the Neches River. The three-foot depth of Sabine Lake between the river's mouth and the Gulf limited passage to shallow-draft vessels. Surveys after 1852 reco....

Historical Marker - Beaumont.



Browse thousands of old postcards from around the Lone Star State. See how tourist and local folks shared their Texas story.


Explore the many missions, forts and presidios that explorers and soldiers constucted to settle the lands now called Texas.


Tour the history of Texas through the text of the thousands of historical markers found all across the Lone State State.


Discover the deserted, forgotten and abandoned towns of Texas. Some vanished over night while others slowly slipped away.