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dimebag1980

Texarkana photos

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I took some photos in Texarkana yesterday (Saturday) and figured I'd share them with everyone:

United States Post Office and Court House, Texas & Arkansas state line...

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Some guy making a personal video while I was taking the photo...

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Coordinates of this building...

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Old Court House, now Regional Arts Center...

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Old Saenger Theater, known these days as Perot Theater...

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Saint Edward Catholic Church...

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Beech Street First Baptist Church...

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Nice pics Brian. Looks like Texarkana is doing more with their old Saenger Theater than Pine Bluff. If you have anymore pics keep them coming. :D

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Thanks, Rod. Of course I have more... :)

Texarkana Gazette building...

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Old Grim Hotel, soon-to-be Legacy Corporate Center, a mixed-use tower...

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Union Station...

Check out that old brick street...

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Nice pics Brian. There are some nice older buildings there. Is Union Station being used for anything now?

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Yes, the Union Station is still Texarkana's passenger train depot serving Amtrak. Just down from Union Station is a jail and across the street is the court house/police station.

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Yes, the Union Station is still Texarkana's passenger train depot serving Amtrak. Just down from Union Station is a jail and across the street is the court house/police station.

Cool, that's interesting to hear. Don't think there are too many train stations in Arkansas still used as their original purpose.

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I always thought Union Station was a great building. Too bad they built the jail so close. Beech Street First Baptist Church is also great.

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Great photos from Texarkana Brian! Thank you very much for taking the time to cature and post them! :D

Seeing these pictures is making me want to get up to Texarkana again soon and take a photo tour of my own. I haven't walked around Texarkana just to see what's up in quite some time.

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Ace of Clubs House, downtown Texarkana, TX.

Information related to the amazing legend of the Ace of Clubs House can be found here. This is a must-read, and if you're ever in Texarkana this gorgeous house is a must-visit!!

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Hey thanks for the shots. I had actually read up a little about that house. If I'm ever down there I would like to check it out. You didn't happen to go inside did you?

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Hey thanks for the shots. I had actually read up a little about that house. If I'm ever down there I would like to check it out. You didn't happen to go inside did you?

Not this time, but I did about 4+ years ago when my wife and I were still dating.

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Photos from Texarkana Pavilion and other newer shopping areas adjacent to the Pavilion:

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Coming soon...

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Yeah thanks for the additional pics Brian.

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