Stopped by during lunch

Buford Tower
A look down Cesar Chavez Street looking west. It appears to tower alone, which it probably did in 1930. Just south of the tower is Town Lake.
User: Austin Explorer - 5/21/2010

Location: Buford Tower

Rating: 3stars


Comments:

Stopped by during my lunch hour to log the visit.  The photos are from an earlier visit when I didn't log a find.  The tower seems pretty tiny against the buildings to its north now!



Log Photos
Buford Tower
Buford Tower 2
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