Bronte YRE Event
Coke County




The walk route is two loops. The first went through residential to the cemetery and back.

Central Baptist Church

Right before you enter the cemetery if you look off toward the highway you will see this steel cutout of a stagecoach. From 1858 to 1861, the Butterfield Overland Stageline provided passenger and mail service to Bronte.

The walk route includes a loop in this old cemetery.

This is the older section with metal fences.
Newer section of the cemetery.

When we started the second loop we took a slight detour to capture Superman.

Mural painted by 2007 Bronte High School Art Class.

Back on the official route we past the First United Methodist Church.

First Baptist Church.

The white bark of the Sycamore tree against the dark sky.

A field in town with sheep. Concentrating on the Ram, I never even noticed the deer behind him until I was posting this picture.

Bronte High School.

Metal cutout of a longhorn which is the school mascot.

Church of Christ.

A look at the clouds overhead which sprinkled us with rain.

Bronte Veteran's Memorial.

The Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway was completed through the area in 1907 . This depot built about 1911. It is now a Masonic Lodge.

Mural with a message painted by the 2009 Bronte High School Art Class.

The old movie theater is now a Cowboy Church.

Fountain in a small park is turned off for the winter.

Carol and an edge of the Fort Chadbourne mural.

Cigar Store Indian Mural painted 2017.