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Texas Duplex Photograph - Texas Duplex by James Granberry

Texas Duplex is a photograph by James Granberry which was uploaded on May 25th, 2010.

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this image has soul....

James Granberry replied:

Thank you Diane.. That little duplex/house has soul still today. I'm glad people keep these old gems around in places like Red Rock. It's almost like a drive by history viewing. :)

I love the thought of how many things took place before the weathering of time took over

James Granberry replied:

Chris, you are so right, and thank you.

Thank you Naomi! This is true. First the old gas pumps at the feed store, and Siedel's has sold. I think the seller is finally retiring. I wonder what is next. I really like the Red Rock area for the way most rustin things can be seen from the roads. Liberty Hill is the other way around. Most things that are neat and rustic are back in on private property.

I love this pic! You never know when these things are going to be gone around here.