We met our daughter in Cleburne today to do a volksmarching event. It was 8:30 when we started and 39 degrees. The walk started at Hulen Park.
“Spirit of Cleburne “locomotive in Hulen Park
Posing with the Christmas decorations.
We headed out into the residential district.
Starting the walk.
Baylor Tree House.
Fountain in the creek.
Pretty fall colors.
His and Her garage
We headed into the historic downtown area.
Side of former high school.
Former High School now a Johnson County Courthouse.
Courthouse clock tower in Cleburne can be seen all over town
Buffalo along buffalo creek.
The whole buffalo.
American Legion Post
Fifth courthouse, completed in 1912.
Back side of old Carnegie Library.
Carnegie Library now serves as a museum of local history.
The Church of the Holy Comforter , established in 1871. This building completed 1893.
Historical marker on church door.
Bus Depot Mural
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”?
Path along Buffalo Creek.
Headed into the home stretch.
Another Buffalo at Buffalo Creek
Field named for Tris Speaker who played for the “Cleburne Railroaders” of the Texas League, in 1906.
Finish table volunteers stamping record books.
After finishing the walk we headed back to the restaurant that advertised gluten free and had a very nice lunch.
Great place to eat lunch. Has a gluten free menu.