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27 Visit Conroe - TB Hotel 1021-R

A cache by Visit Conroe Texas Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/18/2018
1.5 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to the Visit Conroe Texas GeoTour.

Download and print your GeoTour passport and don't forget to get the code letter in each cache, complete the passport, and turn in for a commemorative coin. You may also pickup a copy of the passport at the Visit Conroe office address listed below.

Whatever time of year brings you to the area, there are numerous activities to enjoy. Get your

Visit Conroe Visitors Guide here.

Now for the Cache:

This geocache was placed with the permission and assistance of the caboose owner, Feras Rahman, and current tenant, Tutor Station.

Caboose number 1021-R was originally owned by the Texas and Pacific Railway Company, which was first established in 1871.

The caboose is now privately owned and used by commercial business tenants in Conroe.

A very interesting (and short) read how railroads became owners of large areas of land in Texas can be found here:

Texas and Pacific Railway and Texas Pacific Land Trust – a History of Railroads in Texas

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Redeem Completed Passport:

Drop by the Visit Conroe office during business hours or mail your completed passport with any receipts (copies) used toward points to:

Visit Conroe
505 W. Davis
Conroe, TX 77301

(936) 522-3500


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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