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[11 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
Houston History and Ghosts: The Esperson Buildings

As a longtime Houstonian I have always had a love for the city’s history. I think this is shared by a great many fellow Houstonians, mostly our more recent residents. This comes, I think, from the aggressive, progressive nature of the business leaders to tear down and rebuild.
At TurnKey Art Soultions we sell a great number of framed, photo reproductions. Many people like to connect the old with the new. In fact, one of our more popular art products is a framed piece that displays side-by-side …

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[8 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
The Ghosts of Railroads Past

Welcome to Houston Past and Present, an ongoing post that looks at Houston’s landmarks in the past and what they have become today.  In some cases, unfortunately, the landmark is gone and a new modern structure has taken its place.
Houston, America’s fourth largest city is unique when looking at other major U.S. cities.  We have grown more rapidly than most, to be sure.  Additionally, we as a city sadly tear down our landmarks and replace them with modern structures to facilitate our growth.
Many Houstonians have lived here a short time …