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Cleburne Volksmarch

This was a nice walking tour brought to us by the Hood County Hummers.

"Spirit of Cleburne" locomotive in Hulen Park.

Posing with the Christmas decorations.

County Marker.

Carol, Kerwin and Ed heading out on the trail.

Historic home

Baylor tree house.

Kerwin petting a friendly dog.

Fountain in Buffalo Creek.

Fall color along the creek.

Huge Chimney.

Huge house.

Pretty fall color.

His and Her Garages.

Huge Cactus

Old Church

Side of former High School building

Now a Johnson County Courthouse.

Courthouse clock tower in Cleburne can be seen all over town.

Buffalo on Buffalo Creek.

Close up.

Information about Buffalo Creek.

American Legion Post.

Fifth courthouse, completed in 1912.

Carnegie Library now serves as a museum of local history.

Historic home

The Church of the Holy Comforter.
Established in 1871.
This building completed 1893.

Bus depot mural.

Cleburne depot.

Caboose in a park. It's not open. You can't go inside.

Group of volksmarchers.

The Burger Bar - A tiny burger grill in downtown Cleburne has been serving up the best burgers in town for over 60 years.

Cornerstone from 4th county courthouse which burned.

Mural in an alleyway.

Masonic Lodge circa 1871

A mural about Johnson County history.

Mural recalls the railroad history of Cleburne.

Mural about baseball, cars and flying.

Another mural in same area.

Having a good time touring Cleburne.

Does that sign say "Gluten Free Menu"?

Buffalo Creek.

Trail followed along the creek.

Heading into the home stretch.

Another Buffalo

Field named for Tris Speaker who played for the "Cleburne Railroaders" of the Texas League, in 1906.

Volunteers at the finish, stamping books.