Some interesting history at work here

Texas Military Institute
The building now serves as a private residence, so do not trespass.
User: Austin Explorer - 8/12/2009

Location: Texas Military Institute

Rating: 4stars


Comments:

Stopped by here during a lunch break to see how the place looked from the street.  I had heard reports that the previous developer owner moved out and that the place was being abused, but it looked fine on this day.  The photos are from an earlier visit.



Log Photos
Texas Military Institute
From 12th Street
Tower
Area around Texas Military Institute
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