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Narcisso, Texas


Landforms of Crockett County, Texas


Perico, Texas

Perico, once known as Farwell, is a ghost town on U.S. Route 87 in Dallam County, Texas, United States. As late as 1980, the town had a business, a grain elevator and two known residents.


Valley Ranch, Irving, Texas

Valley Ranch is a planned unit development in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Irving. The name comes from the fact that the land it is sited on was formerly a working ranch and is located below a large ridge, and thus resembles a valley. The area lie ...


Dallas County, Texas geography stubs


Clinton, DeWitt County, Texas

Clinton was once the county seat of DeWitt County. A post office called Clinton was established in 1849, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1886.


Golly, Texas


Crestonio, Texas


Pila Blanca, Texas

Pila Blanca is a ghost town in Duval County, Texas, located a mile and a half south of Highway 44 on Farm-to-Market Road 3196. It is ten miles southeast of Freer and twenty-five miles west of Alice. Today, there are a few residences and buildings ...


Desdemona, Texas


Mangum, Texas

Mangum was an unincorporated town in Eastland County, Texas. It was founded in the late 1890s at the intersection of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railway and the Eastland, Wichita Falls and Gulf Railroad. Mangum was named for the Bob Mangum family. ...


El Paso metropolitan area

The El Paso Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of two counties – El Paso and Hudspeth – in far West Texas, anchored by the city of El Paso. As of the 2017 census estimate, the MSA h ...


Stella, Fayette County, Texas

Stella is a ghost town in western Fayette County, Texas. The community was located eight miles southwest of West Point. Settled during the 1870s, a post office number the name "Stellar" opened in the 1880. A store and a voting precinct had been e ...


North Roby, Texas

North Roby is a ghost town in north central Fisher County, Texas, United States, four and one half miles north of Roby. Its altitude is 1.932 feet. Fisher County Airport is in the area.


Royston, Texas

Royston is a ghost town in northeastern Fisher County, Texas, United States, 10 miles northeast of Roby. Historical Marker at Royston site: It was founded in 1907, and had a population of 500 in 1909. That figure declined to 75 by 1940, 30 in 198 ...


Fulbrook, Texas


Geographic areas of Sugar Land, Texas

The city has the most master-planned communities in Fort Bend County, which is home to the largest number of master-planned communities in the nation. The first master-planned community to be developed in Sugar Land was Sugar Creek, a 1.200-acre ...


Greater Katy

Greater Katy is the term often used to refer to a suburban region on the west side of the Greater Houston metropolitan area roughly corresponding to the boundaries of the Katy Independent School District. Many people and businesses in this area h ...


Quail Valley (Missouri City, Texas)

Quail Valley is a neighborhood dating from 1969 of Missouri City, in Fort Bend County, Texas, USA. The homeowners association is the Quail Valley Fund.


Riverstone, Texas

Riverstone is a 3.700-acre upscale master-planned residential community in Fort Bend County, Texas. About 18.000 residents ultimately will live in 6000 homes. The community is mostly located in unincorporated areas, primarily in the extraterritor ...


Neighborhoods in Missouri City, Texas


Frio Town

Frio Town, known as Frio City before 1886, is a ghost town immediately south of the Presido Crossing on the Frio River in Frio County, Texas, United States.


Arcadia, Santa Fe, Texas

Arcadia was an unincorporated area in Galveston County, Texas, United States, which is now a neighborhood of the city of Santa Fe. It sits at an elevation of 30 feet.


Pampa micropolitan area

The Pampa Micropolitan Statistical Area is a micropolitan area in the Texas Panhandle that covers two counties – Gray and Roberts. As of the 2000 census, the μSA had a population of 23.631.


Carpenters Bluff, Texas

Carpenters Bluff, Texas, is a community in northeastern Grayson County, Texas, on the Red River and Farm Road 120 twelve miles northeast of Sherman, Texas, connecting Grayson County and Bryan County, Oklahoma. Settled about 1860, it derived its n ...


Longview metropolitan area, Texas

The Longview Metropolitan Statistical Area is a metropolitan area in Northeast Texas that covers three counties - Gregg, Rusk, and Upshur. As of the 2010 Census the MSA had a population of 280.000 It is also part of the larger Longview-Marshall C ...


Plainview Site

The Plainview Site is a prehistoric Native American archeological site near Plainview, Texas. Plainview point spear tips, commonly found in the Central Plains, were first described here, and date to 7800-5100 BC. The site was designated a Nationa ...


McGirk, Texas

McGirk is a ghost town located in Hamilton County near the Lampasas River in Central Texas. Founded in the early 1870s, the town acquired a post office in 1882. John A. McGirk, the towns namesake also served as the first postmaster. A steam-opera ...


Kenswick, Texas

Kenswick is a large neighborhood located in an Unincorporated area of Harris County, Texas, United States. The neighborhood is just north of Houston and west of Humble, Texas. Kenswick is served by Aldine Independent School District.


Memorial Parkway, Texas

Memorial Parkway is a neighborhood in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States, east of the city of Katy. Memorial Parkway was built in the 1970s, and the 1980s. The neighborhood is operated by the Memorial Parkway Homeowners Associatio ...


Mount Houston, Texas

Mount Houston is a community in north central Harris County, Texas. It is east of U.S. Highway 59, near the Dyersdale oil field. Mount Houston was established along the Houston, East and West Texas Railway. At that time it was 10 miles 16 km away ...


Stella, Harris County, Texas

Stella, Texas was formerly an unincorporated area located approximately 10 miles southwest of downtown Houston. It existed there during the late 1800s through the 1920s and then it disappeared from area maps. Over the years various railroad lines ...


Willowood, Texas

Willowood is a subdivision found in unincorporated Harris County, Texas, United States in the Northwest Park area next to State Highway 249, and Beltway 8 and south of the Willowbrook area of Houston, west of Inwood Forest in Houston, and north o ...


Swansons Landing, Texas


Jud, Texas

Jud is a ghost town in extreme western Haskell County, Texas, United States. It lies on FM 617, 7 miles west of Rochester. The Double Mountain Fork and Salt Fork Brazos River merge about 3 miles west of present-day Jud to form the Brazos River.


Goforth, Texas

The community was named for a businessman J. T. Goforth who owned land and was a merchant. Cotton was the main business. From 1890 to 1902, there was a post office. There was a school which closed in 1948.


Centreville, Texas

The ghost town is located in the eastern shore of the Cedar Creek Reservoir, on the Texas State Highway 334, between Eustace and Gun Barrel City. It lies in an area of recent urban development.


Corinth, Henderson County, Texas

Corinth is a ghost town in Henderson County, Texas, United States. Corinth was located on Farm to Market Road 753 6 miles southwest of Athens.


Granbury micropolitan area

The Granbury Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, was an area consisting of two counties in North Central Texas, anchored by the city of Granbury. As of the 2000 census, the μSA had a population of 47.909 ...


Dillon, Texas

Dillon is a ghost town in Hopkins County, Texas, located 30 miles east of Miller Grove near Saltillo, Tx. The town was named after E.F. Dillon, who started operating the post office in his store in 1901. The post office closed in 1906, and in the ...


Elkins, Texas

Elkins is a ghost town in Houston County, Texas. United States. It was established around 1900. The town was named after William Eli Elkins, superintendent of a nearby coal mine.


Pleasant Hill, Houston County, Texas

Pleasant Hill, also known as Antrim, is a ghost town 10 miles northwest of present-day Grapeland in Houston County, Texas. It was located approximately at the intersection of County Roads 2295 and 2290.


Randolph, Houston County, Texas

Randolph was located on the Old Kennard-Crockett Road now approximately at the intersection of Texas State Highway 21 and FM 1733 about 12 miles from Crockett and 3 miles 4.8 km from Kennard, Texas. It was founded in 1838 by Cyrus Halbert Randolp ...


Shiloh, Houston County, Texas

Shiloh is a ghost town in Houston County, Texas, United States, just off FM 2110. It was founded by Stephen F. Box in 1834. A local school was built in the 1850s. During the Civil War, the school was a draft post. After the Civil war, the town de ...


Bodies of water of Houston County, Texas


Desert Haven, Texas

Desert Haven is an unincorporated community in Hudspeth County, Texas, United States. It lies along US Highway 62-180 in the northwestern part of the county just east of the El Paso County line, about 28 miles east of El Paso, and is synonymous w ...


Etholen, Texas

Etholen, Texas is a ghost town in Hudspeth County, Texas, allegedly four miles west of Sierra Blanca. Different sources claim different things about when the town was founded, but particularly it was during the 1880s. Etholen never grew to more t ...


Finlay, Texas

Finlay, Texas is a ghost town in Hudspeth County, Texas, 17 miles west of Sierra Blanca. The community was named after J.R. Finlay. It had two post offices. One was built in 1890 but never opened. The other was established in 1903. Finlay slowly ...


Lasca, Texas

Lasca is a ghost town located in Hudspeth County, Texas, west of Sierra Blanca and east of El Paso. It is at an elevation of 4459 feet above sea level.


Whittenburg, Texas

Whittenburg is a ghost town in Hutchinson County, Texas, United States. It was founded by area rancher James A. Whittenburg when oil was discovered in the area in 1926. In 1936, Whittenburg merged with Pantex to form Phillips, since a ghost town. ...

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