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Concho Street in San Angelo

Concho Street in San Angelo

A single block of Concho Street in downtown San Angelo provides most of the local color. There are a few bars, restaurants, funky galleries, and of course the Bordello Museum.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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Miss Hattie's Bordello Museum in San Angelo

Miss Hattie's Bordello Museum in San Angelo

The Bordello Museum is the most famous sight in San Angelo, with guided tours and an adjacent restaurant. It was in operation as a real bordello from 1902 until 1952.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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The Cactus Hotel in San Angelo

The Cactus Hotel in San Angelo

One of the earliest Hilton Hotels, this was built in 1928 with the intention of being a landmark, and at 14 stories is still the the tallest building in San Angelo. It hasn't been a hotel since the 1960's and is currently mostly vacant.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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The San Angelo Depot railroad museum

The San Angelo Depot railroad museum

The Orient-Santa Fe Depot houses the Railway Museum of San Angelo. The initials KCM&O on the building stand for Kansas City, Mexico and Orient, which built the station in 1909 and eventually formed part of the Santa Fe system. The last train ran in 1965, restoration of the depot was completed in 1997.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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San Angelo Old Town Historic District

San Angelo Old Town Historic District

The Old Town Historic District in San Angelo preserves a scattering of historic buildings. An Aermotor windmill, built in San Angelo, stands next to the Fine Arts Museum.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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Storm water treatment system on the Concho River

Storm water treatment system on the Concho River

This series of concrete pools is designed to trap and organically break down debris in storm runoff from the adjacent urban areas. It is between the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and the Concho River.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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The Concho River near downtown San Angelo

The Concho River near downtown San Angelo

The San Angelo River Walk stretches almost five miles across the width of the city. Here at Oakes Street it adjoins the Cultural District, near the Fine Arts Museum and Riverstage.

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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Parade ground at Fort Concho in San Angelo

Parade ground at Fort Concho in San Angelo

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark consists of the huge parade ground and is surrounded by 23 restored buildings. It was primarily a cavalry post and home to all four regiments of African-American "buffalo soldiers".

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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Artillery display at Fort Concho

Artillery display at Fort Concho

A display of cavalry saddles and field artillery at Fort Concho National Historic Landmark in San Angelo.

Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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The Aermotor factory in San Angelo

The Aermotor factory in San Angelo

For a century Aermotor was the most important manufacturer of steel windmills, an immensely important technology for the prairies of the west. After moving to Argentina for a few years, the main factory is now once again in San Angelo

San Angelo, Texas

Date photographed: April 6, 2014
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Camping at San Angelo State Park

Camping at San Angelo State Park

I asked for a campsite with a view of the lake, but they told me the lake had dried up four years ago. No rain for nine years. Now that is a drought!

San Angelo State Park, Texas

Date photographed: April 5, 2014
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