Are We There Yet? Transportation in Central Texas - 135 Matching Results

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[Car Parked on a Street in Jarrell]
Photograph of Fred Harrison and 1929 touring car; Harrison home and garage in the background. Jarrell High School in far background. This was located west of the gin. A Coca-Cola sign can be seen in the background of the photograph as well.
[Group Pulling Boat Over the San Gabriel River]
Photograph of Three couples pulling a boat across the South San Gabriel River by wire in 1930. Second from left is Frances McFarland of Liberty Hill.
[Loading Cotton onto truck-Hutto]
Photograph of men loading cotton bales on an old truck near Hutto.
[A Man in portable Jail Cell]
Photograph of a Man sitting in a portable jail automobile. A sign on the cell reads in for life.
[Man standing on tractor loaded with hay]
Photograph of bailing, hauling and stacking hay for winter-feeding of stock by Rudolph Cmerek on the Joe Cmerek, Sr., farm, eight miles west of Granger.
[Round Rock Motor Company]
A black and white photograph of a large group of people standing in front of the Round Rock Motor Co. and flanking a dark Ford automobile. The auto bears the words "TWENTY-MILLIONTH" in large white capital letters, with the Ford logo appearing below.
[Students on Back of Car in Jarrell]
Photograph of Claudia Cowart and Jesse Gristinger with a Chevy car at Jarrell High School. The tire cover reads Jarrel Motor Company.
[Truck loaded with cotton bales]
Photograph of truck loaded with cotton bales.
[Two Girls on Horse at San Gabriel River]
Photograph of Mary Atkinson on the left holding the umbrella of Liberty Hill and another girl on a horse near South San Gabriel River.
[Walburg Motor Company]
Photograph of the Walburg Motor Company.
[Leo Darby and his Delivery Truck]
Photograph of Leo Darby with delivery Model T, while working for San Antonio Light newspaper in Georgetown in 1932.
[Krieg Brothers Cheverlot Co]
Black and white photograph of Krieg Bros. Chevrolet Co. with gas pump and car, and a man fixing a tire.
Rosner's Department Store
Photograph of Rosner's Department Store, at 205 N. Main Street, Taylor, Texas. Also depicted are cars parked on the street and a traffic signal in the middle of the intersection.
[Brushy Street at MKT Spur in Georgetown]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 (Highway 2) at MKT Spur grade crossing in Georgetown. Also known as Brushy Street.
[Brushy Street at Ninth Street in Georgetown]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 (Highway 2) known as Brushy Street in Georgetown. At intersection with Ninth Street looking south. Includes automobiles, J.D. Thompson Garage, Sinclair and Mobil gas stations.
[Brushy Street at Ninth Street in Georgetown]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 (Highway 2) known as Brushy Street in Georgetown. At intersection with Ninth Street looking south. Includes automobiles, J.D. Thompson Garage, Sinclair and Mobil gas stations.
[Brushy Street looking north in Georgetown]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 (Highway 2) known as Brushy Street in Georgetown. Looking north.
[Construction on U.S. Highway 79]
Photograph of construction on U.S. Highway 79 (previously Highway 43) in Williamson County, Texas. A Marion shovel in the background is loading gravel base course with 1 1/4 yard and there are two dump trucks on the right of the photograph carrying the gravel. Several workers are visible near the shovel. Text on back of photograph reads: "Hy. 43 Wilson Co. Proj. 204, Loading gravel Base material with 1 1/4 yd. Marion shovel rented from Joe Mocken, Austin, Summer 1936."
[Construction on U.S. Highway 79]
Dumping base course through Thrall on U.S. Highway 79 in Williamson County. Includes automobile, dump truck, distant water tower.
[Culvert on U.S. Highway 79]
Lengthening Multiple Box Culvert between Thrall and Thorndale with drop outlet on U.S. Highway 79 in Williamson County. Shows culvert and out-of-focus pickup truck.
[Culvert on U.S. Highway 79]
Photograph of lengthening Multiple Box Culvert at Allison's Lake on U.S. Highway 79 in Williamson County. Includes view of barns in the background.
[I.G.N. Overpass at Round Rock]
Photograph of International & Great Northern railroad crossing in Round Rock on U.S. Highway 81 (old designation). September 1936. Location of January 22, 1927 accident – A bus carrying the Baylor University basketball team to a game at the University of Texas at Austin takes a grade crossing just as an International-Great Northern train approaches. Evasive action is taken, but the bus skids on the rain-soaked road surface directly into the path of the train. 10 players are killed, 12 injured. To this day Baylor honors them as the "Immortal Ten." The overpass constructed there was dedicated to the ten students.
[I.G.N. Overpass at Round Rock]
Photograph of International & Great Northern railroad crossing in Round Rock on U.S. Highway 81. Location of January 22, 1927 accident – A bus carrying the Baylor University basketball team to a game at the University of Texas at Austin takes a grade crossing just as an International-Great Northern train approaches. Evasive action is taken, but the bus skids on the rain-soaked road surface directly into the path of the train. 10 players are killed, 12 injured. To this day Baylor honors them as the "Immortal Ten." The overpass constructed there was dedicated to the ten students.
[Gravel base course on U.S. Highway 79]
Photograph of salvaging and replacing old gravel base course on U.S. Highway 79 Williamson County. Includes graders, trucks, equipment, and utility power lines.
[Loading gravel base on U.S. Highway 79]
Loading gravel base course with 1 1/4 yard Osgood rented from F.C. Crowe Co., Dallas on U.S. Highway 79 in Williamson County. Includes pickup truck, automobile, equipment.
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Photograph of Control 246 Highway 43 (Old Designation) Project 204. Loading gravel base course with 1 1/4 yard Osgood rented from F.C. Crane Co., Dallas. Summer 1936. Two men, trucks and construction equipment.
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Photograph of Control 204 Highway 43 (old designation) Project 204. Lengthening multiple box culvert between Thrall and Thorndale with drop outlet. Summer 1936
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Control 246. Highway 43 (Old Designation) Project 204, Williamson County. Salvaging and replacing old gravel base course. Views of construction equipment including graders, tractors, and trucks.
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Photograph of Control 246 Highway 43 (old designation) Project 204. Dumping base course through Thrall. Summer 1936. Cars and buildings with a water tower in the distance.
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Photograph of Control 246 Highway 43 (old designation) Project 204. Loading gravel base material with 1 1/4 yard Marion shovel rented from Joe Mocken, Austin. Summer 1936
[U.S. Highway 79 Construction]
Photograph of Control 204 Highway 43 (old designation) Project 204. Lengthening multiple box culvert at Allison's Lake. Men standing on culvert. Barrels on the ground and barns in the distance.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilized gravel treatment]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Salt stabilization treatment from Taylor to Milam County line. Summer 1936. Tractor pulling scraper and a leaning wheel grader in the distance on the right. Home and barn on the left.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilized gravel]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Fountain pen pressed into salt-stabilized gravel to show close-up of surface. From Taylor to Milam County line. Utility pole and clouds in the distance.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabiliztion treatment]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Salt-stabilization treatment from Taylor to the Milam County line. Summer 1936. Utility poles, car, corn field.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt strabilization treatment]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilization treatment from Taylor to Milam County line. Summer 1936. Mailbox in right-of-way and culvert at driveway.
[Louis Kruger on horse]
Photograph of Louis Kruger on the showhorse "Dick" between Hutto and Taylor. Per the lender, "you could ask him (the horse) if he liked girls he would shake his head up and down."
[Roadside Park on U.S. Highway 81]
Photograph of roadside park on U.S. Highway 81 also known as Highway 2. Shows grove of trees shading picnic tables, barbecue grill and a parked car.
[U.S. Highway 79 Car traveling on untreated gravel]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Car traveling at 65 miles per hour on untreated gravel east of Taylor. Note dust cloud. Homes and windmill beside the highway. The edge of a grader is on the right. From Taylor to the Milam County line.
[U.S. Highway 79 Drop outlet culvert]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Special drop outlet culvert between Taylor and Milam County line. Note eroded ditch in the background. Mud and gravel.
[U.S. Highway 79 Rip Rap to prevent ditch erosion]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Rip-rap in bags use to retard erosion on ditch with culvert east of Taylor. Salt stabilized gravel from Taylor to Milam County line.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt Stabilized Gravel]
Photograph of car traveling at 65 miles per hour on salt treated section of U.S. Highway 79 in Thrall. Limits: from Taylor to Milam County line. Visible are two water towers, a windmill, several buildings and a corn field.
[U.S. Highway 79 Salt-stabilized gravel application]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Hand-distributing salt for salt-stabilized gravel east of Taylor. Shows two men in hats and overalls. They are standing in the back of a truck. You can see the cloud of salt flying in the air as well as utility poles and a distant building.
[U.S. Highway 79 Special drop outlet culvert]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 79. Special drop outlet culvert between Taylor and Milam County.
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation) House, shed and windmill in the background.
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation). Shows mailbox.
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation)
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation).
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Detours and barricades as part of Federal Aid Project 140-C. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation) Fences barricade access. A Southwestern Greyhound Lines bus approaches on the right and a man is atop a telephone pole.
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation)
[U.S,. Highway 81 in Williamson County]
Photograph of U.S. Highway 81 in Williamson County. Barricades and Detour Signs Federal Aid Project 140-C Reop. U.II. Also known as Highway 2 (old designation). Shows warning signs and distant home.