Swiss Clock Inn
3201 West Dickinson Boulevard, Fort Stockton, Texas, 79735, United States
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Commanche Springs Pool
Commanche Springs was the largest spring in the area flowing over 65 million gallons per day. By 1938, the spring had been tapped to the point that it stopped flowing. When the spring stopped flowing, the city built a pavilion and a swimming pool on the spot. The pool was named after the spring.
Texas's Gateway to the West!
A wagon train of emigrants headed for California enters a narrow passage of the Davis Mountains. The scene, "Entrance to Wild Rose Pass," was painted by U.S. Army Capt. Arthur T. Lee in the mid- to late 1850s during his tour of duty in the Trans-Pecos. Image courtesy of the Rochester Historical Society.
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