Weatherford, TX – 12/14/2019

Weatherford is on I-20 west of Fort Worth. It is the county seat of Parker County.  Walk registration was at the Albertson’s store.


ATSF 785 Wood Caboose displayed next to the old depot.


Santa Fe Depot is now home to the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce.


Life size cutting horse in action – Sculptor – Weatherford native, Kelly Graham


Public market structures were built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA)


Sidewalk in front of the marker bears the WPA signature.


Vintage Car Museum wasn’t open yet, we will come back after we finish walking.


Mural on the side of Whistle Hill’s Café advertising the annual Peach Festival.


Knights of Pythias building still has their suit of armor but they have moved out.


Weatherford Presbyterian Church


St. Steven’s Catholic Chapel hiding in the trees.


First United Methodist Church.


Brownstone Wedding Chapel


Angel Mural


Wright House is an 1890s Queen Anne.


All Saints Anglican Church


Historic Downtown Weatherford Mural


Former City Hall/Fire Station was built in 1933 with Pubic Works Admin. Funds.


Cute mural advertising snorkeling/scuba shop.


Lovely Victorian, but I couldn’t find any information on it.


Sidewalk in front of the school has WPA marking.


School was built by the WPA in 1936.


Beehive mailbox.


Pretty house which I would classify as Victorian. No information found.


My walking companions.


Vacant 1895 T&P Railroad Depot


Greenwood Cemetery entrance.


View of the Parker County courthouse from the cemetery.


One of the markers in the cemetery.


Oliver Loving grave.


Rock ruins next to the cemetery.


Marker for ruins – Parker County American Legion Post #163


Just an empty shell….


We ate lunch at Whistle Hill’s café.  Mural on wall inside.


My favorite car in the museum was this Edsel convertible.

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I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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