Former Army barracks in Castolon, TX. Building is now a ranger office and small store.
Grain building in Castolon, TX.
Old pump in Castolon. I think it was used to pump water.
Former Custom House at Castolon, TX.
Custom House marker sign
Remains of engine used to operate a cotton gin and irrigation pumps in Castolon, TX.
La Harmonia Store and residence near Castolon, TX. This store was open from 1919 to 1921. When the US Army left the area, the store was moved into the former baracks in Castolon.
La Harmonia Store near Castolon, TX.
Ruins in Terlingua, TX.
Adobe ruins in Terlingua, TX.
Adobe church in Terlingua, TX.
Howard Perry mansion. Perry was was the owner of the Chisos Mountain Mining Company in Terlingua, TX.
Formr school in Terlingua, TX.
Former school in Terlingua, TX.
Collapsing home in Langtry, TX. Langtry began as a grading camp for the Southern Pacific Railroad. It also home to famous Texan, Judge Roy Bean. Bean operated a saloon, and when he was appointed justice of the peace, he held court in his saloon.
Former Torres Grocery Store. Cezerio Torres and his son Jesus, owned much of the land around Langtry as well as the Torres Manufacturing & Irrigation Company.
Ghost sign in Langtry, TX.
J L Torres
Dry Goods and Groceries
Former ranch house near Castolon, TX.
A room with a view.
Former ranch house near Castolon, TX. The metal object in foreground is part of a water pump.
Former ranch house near Castolon, TX with remains of a livestock tank
Remains of house in Big Bend State Park.
Homer Wilson Ranch
Sam Nail Ranch