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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!

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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.

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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