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Texas State #114 Highway Guide

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City of Lubbock, Texas
Welcome to Texas and Texas Tech University.
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Woodrow House Bed & Breakfast
Built in 1995, this Bed and Breakfast gives you the best of both worlds. It has the conveniences of a modern home and the charm of an older home. There are eight rooms, all with private baths.
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Howard/Green/Hayes Home
Built in 1928. J.B. Maxey was the contractor. William Dickson and Miriam Green bought house in 1933.Miriam was President of Wilson Bank and owned Ranching and commercial property in Lynn and Lubbock Counties. Civic and Social leader. Lived in house until 1978. Jack and Jan Hayes purchased home in 1983. Dr Hayes teaches at Texas Tech School of Medicine.
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English Home
Built for O.W. English in 1938. O.W. was a Lubbock surgeon and early co owner of West Texas Hospital. He practiced medicine for over 40 years.
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Wiley/Smith/Quilliam Home
Built in 1951 for H.W. Wiley. Kenneth Leftwich Family lived in house from 1953-1973. Governor Preston Smith and his wife aquired the house in 1973. Reed and Myrna Quilliam bought the house in 1978. Reed was an attorney and state representative and a long time professor at Texas Tech University School of Law.
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Ratliff Home
Built in 1949. Mr. Ratliff was a civic leader and county attorney. Mrs. Ratliff was a pioneer music teacher. A cup, saucer, and ruler for drafting tools were used to build the house.
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Rigney Home
Built in 1932.
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Watson Home

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Covenant Hospital

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Higinbothm Park

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Groves Library

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Lubbock Christian University

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Loop 289
This loop goes around all of Lubbock.
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Antiques at the Crossing
Great antique store.
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Antique Mall
Another Great Antique store.
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Intersection for highway 114 and 179
Highway 114 is the Texas Plains Trail. Travel the Texas Plains Trail to step back into Texas' agricultural area and see miles of golden stalked fields as far as the eye can see. The form of the giant oil pumps stand luminous on the golden stretches, telling of the area's new economy.
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Reese Golf Course and Technology Center

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Kevin Cox Memorial Obstacle Course

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Smyer, Texas

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Historical Marker: Spade Ranch
The inventor of barbed wire lived here.
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Obdyke West, Texas

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Levelland, Texas
Attractions: Early Settlers Day. Every second Saturday in July, one of the biggest events on the South Plains is held in Levelland.
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Southern Cotton Oil Company

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South Plains College

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Mean Woman Grill

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Junction 385
North access to communities of Whitharral, Texas, Oklahoma Flat, Texas, Lums Chapel, Texas, Littlefield, Texas.South access to Clauene, Texas, Lockettville, Texas, Brownfield, Texas.
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Picnic Area

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Whiteface, Texas

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Grandma's Attic Antiques

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Morton, Texas
Access to highway # 214, north to Muleshoe N.W.R. Muleshoe. It is one of the oldest national wildlife refuge in Texas and is part of a chain of refuges in the central flyway. A picnic area, camping area, and 1-mile nature trail are located near the refuge headquarters.
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Cochran County Courthouse
Cochran County is named for Robert E. Cochran, a defender of the Alamo.
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New Mexico State Line
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