|Walk started at the 1884 Old Frio County Jail.
It is a 2-story Victorian with elaborate molded brickwork.
|Old well that furnished water for the jail.|
The 1904 courthouse was originally a Romanesque Revival-style
three-story building with a tall clock tower. The third floor and
the clock tower were removed decades ago.
|First Methodist Church|
|Carol and Ed|
Zoomed it to get picture of 1885 Presbyterian Church.
It is a block off the walk route, but clearly visible.
|First Baptist Church|
|One of many such trees in town. Seeds look like blooms.|
|Vintage Gulf gas station houses an insurance company and Metro PCS.|
|Time Capsule in Centennial Park.|
|Frio Lodge #399 A.F. & A.M.|
|Art Deco Oaks Theater|
|Lovely blue and white building is the "former" city hall. Currently vacant.|
|Former Humble station now occupied by Irma's Tacos and Gorditas|
|Former Texaco Station – Sign on window says "Opening Soon - Front Porch".|
|A rusty car (unknown make/model) in front of a closed car wash.|
|155 MM Howitzer is part of the Veterans Memorial.|
|Memorial to Sgt. Manuel R. Ramos.|