After a 4 day trip to the Texas Panhandle it is good to do a day trip and stay close to home. Our walk started at a McDonalds.
A stainless steel sculpture represents how the Indians used to bend “trees” over to mark a trail.
Tower Clock in Whistle Stop Plaza. The plaza was built in 1999 on the site of the city’s original train depot.
Sundial in the base of the 70-foot tower clock.
Ed and Betty Boop.
Historic Irving Main Street Mural.
Magnolia mural advertises Magnolia Chiropractic.
Antique wooden caboose on display next to the depot.
Windmill needs the trees trimmed from around it.
Nice little gazebo in Heritage Park.
Replica wooden water tank.
Mural promoting community teamwork.
1940 First Baptist Church
The Joffre-Gilbert House was built in 1919. It is called a Craftsman ‘Airplane’ Bungalow.
The Schulze Home, now known as Heritage House, was constructed in 1912.
1906 Dr. Haley house, remodeled in 1998 adding Victorian features.
Information plaza in Centennial Park.
Bridge over Delaware Creek in Centennial Park.
Statue called “Seeing the Future” depicts town founders Otis Brown and Charles Schultze.
South Irving Library
St. Luke’s Catholic Church