BASTROP DOWNTOWN MAP LEGEND

MAP LEGEND

  1. Old City Hall (currently Bastrop County Museum & Visitor Center) - Circa 1930s

  2. 906/908 Main Street - Built 1897

  3. Miller, Kesselus and Kleinert Buildings, 910/912/914 Main Street – Circa late 1800s

  4. Knittle Buildings, 918/920 Main Street - Circa 1910

  5. 926 Main Street - Built 1905

  6. Citizens State Bank Building, 928 Main Street - Built 1911

  7. Nelson Burch Building, 930/932 Main Street – Circa 1863

  8. 603 Chestnut – Built 1933

  9. The Old Bridges – 1890 Old Iron Bridge demolished in 1930s/New steel bridge erected 1923

  10. J.M. Holt Buildings, 1002/1004 Main Street - Built 1880

  11. Erhard Building, 1006 Main Street - Built 1895

  12. Haynie Building, 1010 Main Street - Built 1883

  13. First National Bank Building, 1016 Main Street - Built 1889

  14. R. A. Green Mercantile, 1022 Main Street - Circa 1890

  15. Elzner's Corner, 1025/1027 Main Street - Built 1876

  16. Bastrop Opera House, 711 Spring Street - Built 1889

  17. City Garage – Unknown

  18. A.A. Elzner Mercantile Building, 1021 Main Street - Built 1895

  19. Old Iron Front Saloon, 1009 Main Street – Built before 1879

  20. Pearcy & Booth Buildings – Circa 1900

  21. W.J. Miley Building, 1003 Main Street - Built 1905

  22. Site of Reynolds/Eskew Humble Service Station

  23. Julius Theilman Building, 717 Chestnut Street - Built 1892

  24. T.A. Hasler Building, 931 Main Street - Circa 1870s

  25. Site of Erhard’s Drug Store

  26. Louis Eilers Building, 919 Main Street – Built after 1862

  27. Prokop Building, 913 Main Street - Built 1887

  28. Bauhoff Building, 909 Main Street - Circa mid to late 1800s

  29. Wertzner Building, 905 Main Street - Circa 1870

  30. Storehouse, 813 Main Street - Built 1846

  31. 705-709 Pine Street – Circa pre-1887

  32. Bastrop County Courthouse, 803 Pine Street - Built 1883-1884

  33. Old County Jail, Pine Street - Built 1891

  34. June Hill Pape Riverwalk – Built 1998   

More information about Bastrop may be found in the research library at the Bastrop Museum and Visitor Center or go to: www.BastropCountyHistoricalSociety.com.

© 2017 by the Bastrop County Historical Commission

Call us: 512.629-7400

Bastrop County Historical Commission

@ Judge Paul Pape

804 Pecan Street, Bastrop, Texas 78602

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