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The People, The Places, & Wide-Open Spaces of Texas

Your better-than-ever (and almost 40-year-old) Texas Highways offers a fresh look at an even greater variety of topics and even bolder images of Texas. Thanks to all of you who shared your thoughts and suggestions over the recent months. See if we got it right. Let us know how well we're capturing the True Texas (as we have since 1974).

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Extraordinary Texans

The Texas we love would be nothing without its people. Meet nine Texans who reflect our state’s extraordinary character.

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Coolest Small Towns

We asked Texas Highways readers for their expert opinions on Texas’ coolest small towns. From Bandera to Ben Wheeler, we take you there.

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The Most Amazing Vistas

We hit the road to photograph spectacular vistas as recommended by our well-traveled readership. Join us—and embrace your wanderlust.

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Texas Highways Turns 40!

Help us choose the top 40 travel destinations in Texas! Now through October 15th we’re accepting nominations. Then follow along in each issue in 2014 as we count down your faves.

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September Events

September’s events include the Hutchinson County Historical Museum’s Adobe Walls Trek, which remembers the late 1800s and two influential battles that took place in the area, Rockport and Fulton hang extra birdfeeders to welcome thousands of migrating hummingbirds, San Antonio hosts the International Accordion Festival with a diversity of bands, and Addison and McKinney celebrate Oktoberfest!

For a searchable list of all Texas happenings, visit the Texas Highways Events page.

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Shop the Gift Shop! Framed Historical Texas Map

This beautifully illustrated & framed print is a trip through Texas’ railroad history. The people, companies, rails, and locomotives are sure to capture your imagination and take you back in time. You can find dozens of gifts as unique as the Lone Star State in our online shop.

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