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OLD PUBLIC WATER WELL
An early day oasis for travelers and cattle herds. Dug about 1887 by crew building Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railroad. At first artesian, lost power when well was dug nearby to supply locomotives. Local residents, who now have private wells, still use this well in emergencies.
Restored 1965 by Bluff Dale Study and Garden Club