Travis County, Texas


City Railroad Current Location Type Current Use Date Built Track Status Bldg. Mat. Current Railroad Notes
Austin MoPac/Amtrak 250 Lamar Blvd. P rr 1947, 1955? in use brick/concrete UP Amtrak stop, Field checked 8/08
Austin H&TC E. 5th St., half block east of Neches C restaurant 1871 gone stone none former stage coach stop, oldest known remaining depot in Texas, Field checked 8/08
Austin I&GN relocated to W 5th St./W. Lynn St. C bar   none wood none depot from McNeil, Field checked 7/12
Austin I&GN relocated on Manor Rd. F church   none wood none former Round Rode freight station
Austin MK&T relocated to 1001 Lydia St., Guadalupe Neighborhood C residence   none wood none depot from Granger, modified, Checked 4/10
Austin MoPac Colorado River B rr   in use steel UP multi-span, plate girder
Austin T&NO/I&GN relocated to W. 5th St. C business   none wood none part of restaurant/bar, Field checked 7/08
Dripping Springs AT&SF relocatedslightly west of the San Saba and Justin depots C under restoration   none wood none depot from Dumas (Moore County), 30.2322, -97.9298 Field checked 10/10
McNeil (ghost town) T&NO/I&GN relocated to Austin C business   none wood none part of restaurant/bar, Field checked 10/10

Oak Hill


relocated to 9120 U.S. 290/Eitel Lane, just west of town


feed store





freight depot from San Saba, rebuilt as combination depot with parts of the demolished depot from Justin (Denton County), a number of other railroad outbuildings are on the site, 30.2322, -97.9279 Field checked 10/10

Compiled by M. J. Camp, Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

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