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Texas State Highway 95 marks the boundary between the fertile farmland to the east and the rocky uplift known as the Balcones Fault to the west. Well before I-35 dominated north-south traffic, TX 95 was the way to go. And it still is for a leisurely trip that includes everything from the famous Coors brewery to historic railroads to forts and Indian fights. And don't forget the drag racing!

Cities of the Dead

The moment settlers took up residence in an area, they needed a place to bury their dead. Check here to learn about some of the oldest and most interesting cemeteries in Central Texas.

Wooden bridges, followed by iron truss bridges over rivers and streams enabled roads and rail lines to replace ferries and fords.

Urbanwest  Life

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Gals & Pals

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Lost Soles

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Running Suits

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OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST

THAT MIGHT JUST BE AN EASY DRIVE FROM YOUR HOME.

TEXAS TRAILS

GET OFF THAT INTERSTATE!

A Travel Guide to Historic Routes in Central Texas

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