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1883 Bastrop County Courthouse

Description: Photograph of the west side of the 1883 Bastrop County courthouse and the added second story walkway to the old jail. The first floor entrance was used for support and the door into the courthouse was put in a second floor window. The walkway is built of modern steel.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1883 Bastrop County Courthouse

Description: Photograph of Bastrop County courthouse in downtown Bastrop, Texas. The view is of the southeast corner of the courthouse. To the left (east) is a newer courthouse annex and to the right is the 1892 Bastrop County jail. The jail is now a courthouse annex two blocks from a business district.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1883 Bastrop County Courthouse Interior

Description: Photograph of the west to east entrance hall of the 1883 Bastrop County courthouse. The north to south hall intersects in the center, cruciform style. There are arched entrance doors, arches in the halls, dark marble floors, lighter marble wainscot, dark wood trim, and a mix of light fixtures.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1892 Bastrop County Jail

Description: Photograph of the 1892 Bastrop County jail. There is white pressed metal cornice work at the top of the second floor, contrasting red and tan brick work, quoined corners, stilted arched windows of red brick, white and red string courses, and red brick chimneys.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1892 Bastrop County Jail

Description: Photograph of window and corner detail of the 1892 Bastrop County jail. Red brick quoined outside corners, tan brick walls, red brick stilted arches on windows, red and white string courses, and a white pressed metal cornice.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim

1922 Colorado River Bridge

Description: Photograph of details of the steel trusses, concrete road bed, concrete bridge approach rails, and concrete piers of the 1922 Kansas City Bridge Company's Colorado River Bridge. The bridge was taken out of service due to being outdated, with the new bridge alongside it. The old bridge is now a walking bridge and is part of the city park.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bell, Jim