Brownwood 6K YRE Event
Brown County




Because we were doing the 6K we registered at the Dairy Queen and then drove over to the Santa Fe Depot to park and start our walk.

Old Santa Fe Depot had a small Harvey House Restaurant and Hotel attached.

Lehnis Railroad Museum exhibits the railroad history of Brownwood, Central Texas, and the American Southwest.

Pullman Business Train Car, a rare piece of railroad history. There are only six of them left.

Lion in front of the radio station. Brownwood ISD mascot is a lion.
Brownwood Civic Center.

Brown County Courthouse was completed on February 15, 1885.

From 1903 to 1981 – 78 years – it was the Brown County Jail. In 1982 it became the Brown County Museum of History.

Pat Coursey Park with a non-working fountain.

The Lyric Theatre was built in 1914. It is currently a performing arts theater.

Post Office building where you can mail in your walk registration!

Just a pretty house, no historical marker.

St John’s Church – Gothic style built in 1892.

Arched entrance to Howard Payne University.

Interesting marker about the song “Hey Paula”.

Cornerstone from “Old Main” building.

Howard Payne University gates.
Howard Payne University buildings.

Two of the three bell towers.

John the Baptist statue on the University Mall.

Non-working clock on the University Mall.

Tower built with rock from burned “Old Main” building.

Nice artwork in center of tower.

First Baptist Church.

Old Brownwood High School now Family Services offices.

Douglas McArthur Academy

Statue of General McArthur

Ed coming out of tunnel under RR tracks.

Local “mover and shaker”.
1902 Steam locomotive in park across from Santa Fe Train Depot.