Galveston, TX Photos

Over 235 original photos of Galveston: tourist attractions, architecturally-significant buildings, parks, monuments, museums. Galveston was the wealthiest cotton & commercial city of Texas before the devastating hurricane of 1900, a disaster which caused activity to shift inland to Houston. Being bypassed did remove development pressure & protected the wealthy Victorian heritage buildings which today create Galveston's vast charm as a beach area & cruise port.

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Galveston Strand National Historic District Galveston Island Trolley car. Galveston, TX Stewart building originally for cotton export. Galveston, TX
Galveston Cruise Port Cruise ship Ecstacy passes museum ship Elissa. Galveston, TX Cruise ship Ecstacy windows & people. Galveston, TX
Galveston Mansions Bishop's Palace. Galveston, TX Moody Mansion carved lion over front entrance. Galveston, TX
Galveston Churches Sacred Heart Church & Bishop's Palace. Galveston, TX First Presbyterian Church facade. Galveston, TX
Galveston East End Heritage Architecture Landes-McDonough house. Galveston, TX Frederick Beissner house gable design detail. Galveston, TX
Nicholas J. Clayton Architecture Garten Verein Pavilion. Galveston, TX Bishop's Palace front door arch with carved face. Galveston, TX
Eugene T. Heiner Architecture Corner details of Stewart building. Galveston, TX Leon & H. Blum Co. building now the Tremont House hotel. Galveston, TX
Moody Gardens Scarlet Ibis in rainforest pyramid at Moody Gardens. Galveston, TX Two toed sloth face in rainforest pyramid at Moody Gardens. Galveston, TX
Lone Star Flight Museum Nose of B-25 Mitchell at Lone Star Flight Museum. Galveston, TX Vought F4U-5N Corsair prop fighter at Lone Star Flight Museum. Galveston, TX
Galveston Island Railroad Museum Burlington Route streamlined at Railroad Museum. Galveston, TX Southwestern themed rabbit on Santa Fe dining car china at Railroad Museum. Galveston, TX

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