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Teague, Texas

Dating from the establishment of machine and car shops by Trinity & Brazos Valley Railway, Teague is named for a niece of railroad magnate, B.F. Yoakum. The T&BV was called the "Boll Weevil Line" in the first decades of the 20th century because so many special trains ran to conferences about combating the insect devastation in Texas cotton fields. The area has large deposits of coal, lignite, oil, sand, and clay, and natural gas production has become important in recent years.

Teague's city park offers picnicking, recreational facilities, and swimming pool.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Teague, TX

Heritage Museum

The former home of J. K. Elkins and Mr. and Mrs. William Browning became the Yoakum Heritage Museum in 1982. San Antonio and ...

Grand Prairie Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3 days...

Mt. Zion Cemetery and Historical Chapel

The Burton Heritage Society maintains this historic cemetery and church building. The cemetery contains graves of early settl...