Brownsville – Cameron County – Jan 18, 2015

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The walk start is near the Zoo.  We stopped at this McDonalds so we knew we were close.

 

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View of the Museum of Art from the Visitor’s Center where the walk registration takes place.

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We took the walking trail though the sculptures.

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We passed this Railroad display.

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Had to stop and admire the Lion.

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Mummy on the ground.

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War Memorial.

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Other side of the war memorial.

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United States Courthouse.

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Passed this part of the Zoo.  Looks like a slide in a playground.

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Old Cemetery Center.

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Entrance to the Cemetery.

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View of the cemetery as we walked through.

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Old Railroad Depot.

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Pretty nifty idea.  Didn’t see any birds using them though.

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Nice old Church.

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Barrada House, circa 1929

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Downtown area of Brownsville.

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United States Post Office,  circa 1931.

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Fort Brown Post Hospital, now Southwest College.

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Interesting how this plant grew sideways.

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Carol and Ed on the old hospital colonnade.

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Fort Bend Morgue, not sure what the college uses it for now.

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UT Brownsville

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Island in the canal.

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Part of UT Brownsville also.

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Neal House Gazebo with the “wall” between the United States and Mexico close behind it.

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The Neal House.

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Mural from 1945 Fort Brown.

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Tulip Tree?

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Market Square

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Catholic Church.

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Boarded up building.

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Looks like an old hotel.

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Cameron County Courthouse.

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Information about the courthouse.

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Another old hotel?

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About walktx

I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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2 Responses to Brownsville – Cameron County – Jan 18, 2015

  1. mommermom says:

    Great photos! Love your most interesting walks. I could not find a Volkswalk close enough to us. Looks like a great group!

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