Hidden Railroad Relic Steams Toward Historic Status

The Shoal Creek Conservancy seeks to place the Third Street Trestle on the National Register of Historic Places.  Located in the heart of downtown, the trestle is one of the last remaining vestiges of Austin’s railroad infrastructure. Limbacher & Godfrey’s concepts for converting it into a linear park space support the application, and serve as the centerpiece of the Cypress & Shoal Creek planning project.

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A Hidden Railroad Relic Steams Toward Historic Status in Downtown Austin

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