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Interstate 10 Texas
Westbound - San Antonio to Fort Stockton

Highway Information

Miles 881.00
Countries Traveled
Through
El Paso, Hudspeth,
Culberson, Jeff Davis,
Reeves, Pecos,
Crockett, Sutton,
Kimble, Kerr,
Gillespie, Kendall,
Bexar, Guadalupe,
Gonzales, Fayette,
Colorado, Austin,
Waller, Fort Bend,
Harris, Chambers,
Jefferson, Orange
Cities El Paso, Fort Stockton,
Kerrville, San Antonio,
Houston, Beaumont,
Orange
Major Junctions U.S. 54
(Exit 23A)

Interstate 20
(Exits 186-187)

Interstate 410
(Exits 564A-B)

Interstate 35
(Exit 570)

Interstate 35
(Exit 573)

Interstate 37
(Exit 574)

Interstate 410
(Exit 581)

Interstate 610
(Exit 763)

Interstate 45
(Exit 768)

U.S. 59
(Exit 770)

Interstate 610
(Exit 775)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
881 (100%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
New Mexico
State Line
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
Louisiana
State Line

Pictures

Eastbound:

Interstate 410 to Interstate 45

Interstate 45 to Louisiana State Line

Westbound:

Sam Houston Tollway to San Antonio

San Antonio

San Antonio to Fort Stockton

Fort Stockton to New Mexico State Line

Westbound
After departing San Antonio, the first westbound exit is Exit 546 for Fair Oaks Parkway/Tarpon Drive. Use Exit 546 to access the Fair Oaks Ranch & Country Club. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 546, one-half mile. Tarpon Drive continues Fair Oaks Parkway on the west side of the interstate. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 546 - Fair Oaks Parkway/Tarpon Drive. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 543 - Boerne Stage Road/Cascade Caverns Road - 1 mile. This is what we call getting a picture of a road sign while passing by a moving van. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 543, 1/2 mile. Boerne Stage Road connects to Interstate 10 at both ends, with its other endpoint near Exit 550. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use Exit 543 and Boerne Stage Road southbound to get to Scenic Loop Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North reach Exit 543, serving Boerne Stage Road, Cascade Caverns Road, and Scenic Loop Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
The next interchange serves the original U.S. 87 route through Boerne (population 6,178). (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 542 - Business U.S. 87/Boerne - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 542 - Business U.S. 87 - Boerne. The business route makes its way through downtown Boerne before making its way back to the interstate at Exit 537. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 540 - Texas 46 - 1 mile. This is the second time that westbound Interstate 10 travelers have seen the state highway, as the two also met back in Seguin at Exit 607. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
The control cities used for Exit 540 are New Braunfels, 40 miles to the east, and Bandera, 23 miles to the west via Texas 16. Eleven miles separate this interchange from the western end of Texas 46 at Texas 16. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 540 - Texas 46 - New Braunfels/Bandera. This exit features most of the travelers' services in Boerne. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
View from the frontage road as the ramp to Interstate 10 West begins. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 539 - Johns Road. The highway travels through north Boerne. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 538 - Ranger Creek Road - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 538 - Ranger Creek Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 537 - Business U.S. 87 - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 537 - Business U.S. 87 southbound back into Boerne. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 533 - Farm to Market Road 289 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 533 - Farm to Market Road 289 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 533 - Farm to Market Road 289 - Welfare. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 527 - Farm to Market Road 1621 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 527 - 1/2 mile. Farm to Market Road 1621 connects Interstate 10 to Waring. The town is located five miles to the east. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 527 - Farm to Market Road 1621 - Waring. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 524 - Business U.S. 87 - 1 mile. This is the final Business U.S. 87 exit we will see, as U.S. 87 will split from Interstate 10 in three miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Take Business U.S. 87 North into Comfort to the westbound beginning of Texas 27. The state route skirts the northern edge of Center Point nine miles west of Comfort. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 524 - Business U.S. 87 - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 524 - Business U.S. 87 - Comfort. The departure of U.S. 87 from Interstate 10 is two miles ahead. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North approaching Exit 523 - U.S. 87 North - 3/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
After a 54-mile marriage, Interstate 10 and U.S. 87 will split in just one-quarter mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 87 North at Exit 523 - U.S. 87 North - Fredericksburg/San Angelo. The seat of Gillespie County, Fredericksburg is a 21 mile drive from here. San Angelo is 167 miles from this diamond interchange, which also marks the northern end of the Business U.S. 87 route in Comfort. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Now that U.S. 87 has left us, we are greeted with this mileage sign. If you think it's a long way from here to San Angelo, look at how long it is from here to El Paso... (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 520 - Farm to Market Road 1341/Cypress Creek Road - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Farm to Market Road 1341 is Interstate 10 westbound's first exit in Kerr County. It runs parallel to Interstate 10 from Exit 520 to Kerrville. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 520 - Farm to Market Road 1341/Cypress Creek Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
The next exit is Exit 514, Rest Area, 2 miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 514 - Rest Area. If you like stopping at rest areas, better stop at this one. The next one is 123 miles down the road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 514. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 508 - Texas 16 - 1 mile. This is the sole exit serving Kerrville, population 20,425. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 508 - 1/2 mile. The interstate travels through several scenic rock cuts in this area. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 508 - Texas 16 - Kerrville. Texas 16 is the longest state highway in Texas with 541 miles along its length. This falls well short, though, of the longest highway in Texas, and that is U.S. 83, which is over 900 miles long inside the Lone Star State. That's even more than Interstate 10, which is 881 miles long in Texas. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 505 - Farm to Market Road 783 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use Farm to Market Road 783 southbound to get to Ingram. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 505 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 505 - Farm to Market Road 783 - Harper. The town is located 18 miles to the north along U.S. 290. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West prepares to descend a 7% grade near mile marker 502. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 501 - Farm to Market Road 1338 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 501 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 501 - Farm to Market Road 1338. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 492 - Farm to Market Road 479 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 492 - Farm to Market Road 479. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 490 - Texas 41 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 490 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 490 - Texas 41 - Mountain Home/Rocksprings. Mountain Home is located just west of the intersection of Texas 41 & Texas 27, while Rocksprings is located 59 miles to the west via Texas 41's entire 50 mile length and the remaining nine miles along U.S. 377 South. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 488 - Texas 27 - 1 mile. This marks the western terminus of the state highway connecting Ingram, Kerrville, Center Point, and Comfort. It has stayed close to Interstate 10 throughout its length. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 488 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 488 - Texas 27. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 484 - Midway Road - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 484 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 484 - Midway Road. This is located about halfway between Junction and Kerrville. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 477 - U.S. 290 East - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 477 - 1/2 mile. Fredericksburg is a 39 mile drive back to the east from the upcoming interchange. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 477 - U.S. 290 East - Fredericksburg. The interchange marks the western terminus of the intrastate U.S. route, as Interstate 10 replaced U.S. 290 from here to its former western terminus near today's Interstate 10/Interstate 20 junction. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West enters Kimble County at the U.S. 290 East interchange. Since its population density is low, the speed limit on Interstate 10 increases to 75. It will remain this way until El Paso County, which is still over 400 miles ahead and one time change ahead. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 472 - Farm to Market Road 2169/Ranch to Market Road 479 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 472 - Farm to Market Road 2169/Ranch to Market Road 479 - Old Segovia Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 465 - Farm to Market Road 2169 - 1 1/4 miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 465 - Farm to Market Road 2169 - Segovia. The population of Segovia is listed as 15. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 462 - U.S. 83 South - 1 mile. U.S. 83 South eventually leads to Laredo and Brownsville. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 462 - U.S. 83 South. Uvalde (population 14,929) is located 94 miles to the south at the U.S. 83 & U.S. 90 juncture. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 462. The connection between Interstate 10 and U.S. 83 is a trumpet configuration. Interstate 10 and U.S. 83 share a six-mile duplex. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North approaching Exit 460 - Loop 481 - 1 1/4 miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use Exit 460 to get to Texas Tech University's Junction campus. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North at Exit 460 - Loop 481 - Junction. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 460. Three exits serve the city of Junction. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
A picnic area is located at mile marker 459. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North approaching Exit 457 - Farm to Market Road 2169 - 3/4 mile. The farm to market road is signed as Martinez Street through Junction. The city was made famous by football coach Bear Bryant when he took his Texas A&M football team to Junction for practices. The ESPN movie "The Junction Boys" was made about these famous practices. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North at Exit 457 - Farm to Market Road 2169 - Junction/Martinez Street. This is the third and final time that we will see Farm to Market Road 2169 on Interstate 10 westbound. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North approaching Exit 456 - U.S. 83 North/U.S. 377 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use U.S. 377 South to get to Junction. A 48 mile drive along U.S. 377 South separates Interstate 10 from Rocksprings. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 83 North at Exit 456 - U.S. 83 North/U.S. 377. The two U.S. highways share a one mile duplex. Menard is 28 miles north via U.S. 83, and Mason is 42 miles to the northeast via U.S. 377 and U.S. 87. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Loop 481 is mentioned at the off-ramp. The highway connects Interstate 10 at Exit 460 to U.S. 377 in Junction. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 westbound frontage road at Interstate 10 West. The next services are in Sonora, 56 miles down the road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 451 - Ranch to Market Road 2291 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 451 - Ranch to Market Road 2291/Cleo Road. Ranch to Market Road 2291 northbound heads to U.S. 83 in Menard. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 442 - Ranch to Market Road 1674 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
The Fort McKavett State Historic Site is located 26 miles to the north along Ranch to Market Road 864. Use Ranch to Market Road 1674 to connect to Ranch to Market Road 864. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 442 - Ranch to Market Road 1674 - Fort McKavett. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 429 - Ranch to Market Road 3130 - Merrell Road. RM 3130 runs along old U.S. 290 for the next 25 miles. The highway runs parallel to the interstate for its entire length. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching a picnic area located near mile marker 422. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at the picnic area. The next exit is Exit 420, Ranch to Market Road 3130, two miles ahead. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 420 - Ranch to Market Road 3130/Baker Road - 1 mile. Our picture of the exit did not turn out well unfortunately. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 412 - Ranch to Market Road 3130 (again!) - 1 mile. This exit does not directly serve RM 3130, as a short trek southward is required to get to it. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 412 - Ranch to Market Road 3130 - Allison Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 404 - Loop 467/Ranch to Market Road 864 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use Loop 467 westbound to access the western terminus of Ranch to Market Road 3130. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 404 - Loop 467/Ranch to Market Road 864 - Sonora. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 400 - U.S. 277 - 1 mile. For the first time since Junction, there are traveler's services at this exit. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 400 - U.S. 277 - Del Rio/San Angelo. The city by the river is 87 miles to the south and is home to 33,867. There is not too much to speak of between Sonora and Del Rio. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 392 - Ranch to Market roads 1312 & 1989 - 1 mile. The Caverns of Sonora is one of the most active caves in the world and is located seven miles to the south via Ranch to Market Road 1989. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Our picture of the sign at the exit did not come out well, but we were able to get a picture of the gore point sign at Exit 392. Ranch to Market Road 1312 begins here and runs along the old U.S. 290 routing for 24 miles to its western terminus at Loop 466 near Ozona. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 388 - Ranch to Market Road 1312 - 1 mile. Again, our picture at the actual exit did not turn out. We were still playing with our new camera to get it configured for road sign photography. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 372 - Taylor Box Road - 3/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 372 - Taylor Box Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 368 - Loop 466 - 1 1/4 miles. The loop serves the town of Ozona. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 368 - Loop 466 - Ozona. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 365 - Texas 163 - Comstock/Sterling City - 3/4 mile. Again, we did not get a good picture at the exit itself. The state highway is 209 miles long and travels through a lot of open space along its route. Comstock is 82 miles to the south, while Sterling City is 84 miles to the north. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 363 - Ranch to Market Road 2398 - 3/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 363 - Ranch to Market Road 2398. RM 2398 is the designation for old U.S. 290 between exits 350 and 363. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 westbound reassurance shield after Exit 363. It was upside down on this particular day. Only about 340 miles left to go until El Paso! (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 361 - Ranch to Market Road 2083 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 361 - Ranch to Market Road 2083. Use the RM road as another way of getting to U.S. 90. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 350 - Ranch to Market Road 2398/Howard Draw Road - 1 1/2 miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 350 - Ranch to Market Road 2398 - Howard Draw Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 343 - Texas 290 West - 1 mile. Texas 290 is an old alignment of, you guessed it, U.S. 290. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Use Texas 290 West to visit the Fort Lancaster State Historic Site. The site is located eight miles east of Sheffield. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 343 - Texas 290 West - Sheffield. The state highway connects back to the interstate at Exit 325. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 337 - Live Oak Road - 1 mile. This section around Sheffield was the next to last section of Interstate 10 to be completed in the state. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 337 - Live Oak Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Mileage sign on westbound at mile marker 336. Fort Stockton is the next city along Interstate 10 West, 80 miles ahead. It's still 318 miles to El Paso. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
The next exit is Exit 328, River Road, 1 mile. Yes, there actually is a river near this road; the Pecos River is the line dividing Pecos County from Crockett County. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 328 - River Road. This is the final westbound exit not in Pecos County for 100 miles. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 325 - Texas 290/Texas 349 - 1 mile. Texas 290, as previously mentioned, is the old routing of U.S. 290 through Sheffield. Texas 349 continues the northward track left behind by Texas 290 and intersects U.S. 190 in Iraan 13 miles to the north. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 325. Texas 349 eventually travels through Midland before ending at U.S. 87 in Lamesa. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 320 - Frontage Road - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 320 - Frontage Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 314. This also appears to be a frontage road exit, but none of our other pictures of this exit turned out. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching a rest area located around mile marker 310. The next rest area is 76 miles ahead between Interstate 20 and Fort Stockton. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at the mile marker 310 rest area. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching the western terminus of U.S. 190, one mile. The beginning of Farm to Market Road 305 is also located at the upcoming diamond interchange. U.S. 190 heads through Killeen and Huntsville along its journey in Texas and sees its eastern end at U.S. 90 near Slidell, LA. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 307 - U.S. 190/Farm to Market Road 305 - McCamey. Use FM 305 North to get to McCamey, located off U.S. 67. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 294 - Ranch to Market Road 11 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 294 - Ranch to Market Road 11 - Bakersfield. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 288 - Ligon Road - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 288 - Ligon Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 285 - McKenzie Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 277 - Farm to Market Road 2023 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 277 - Farm to Market Road 2023. Use FM 2023 South as an alternate route to U.S. 285. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West approaching Exit 273 - U.S. 67/U.S. 385 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West at Exit 273 - U.S. 67 and U.S. 385 North - San Angelo/McCamey. Our old friend San Angelo makes one final appearance on a guide sign. It is 145 miles to the east of this interchange. U.S. 67 and U.S. 385 are duplexed to McCamey, 31 miles to the northeast. For now, the two U.S. highways become multiplexed with Interstate 10 westbound for 12 miles (U.S. 385) and 25 miles (U.S. 67). (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West, U.S. 67 South, and U.S. 385 South approaching Exit 264 - Warnock Road - 1 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West, U.S. 67 South, and U.S. 385 South at Exit 264 - Warnock Road. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West, U.S. 67 South, and U.S. 385 South prepare to enter Fort Stockton, the largest city along Interstate 10 between El Paso and San Antonio. Fort Stockton has a population of 7,846 and is the last city on westbound with multiple motorist services until Van Horn, 124 miles away. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West, U.S. 67 South, and U.S. 385 South at Exit 261 - Business Loop I-10 West/U.S. 385 South - Fort Stockton/Marathon. Take U.S. 385 South for 60 miles to get to Marathon. This is the first of four Fort Stockton exits, with the others serving Farm to Market Road 1053 and Texas 18 (Exit 259A-B), U.S. 285 (Exit 257), and the western terminus of Business Loop I-10 (Exit 256). (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Unfortunately, many of our Fort Stockton area pictures did not turn out. We will only show the ones that did turn out. This is from westbound Interstate 10 approaching Exit 259B - Texas 18 - 1/4 mile. Monahans is 49 miles to the north along Interstate 20. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 67 South approaching Exit 257 - U.S. 285 - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 67 South at Exit 257 - U.S. 285 - Pecos/Sanderson. Pecos is located 50 miles northwest of Fort Stockton. U.S. 285 meets its southern terminus in Sanderson, 66 miles southeast of Fort Stockton. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 67 South approaching Exit 256 - Business Loop I-10 East - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 3/17/05)
Interstate 10 West and U.S. 67 South at Exit 256 - Business Loop I-10 East. (Photo taken 3/17/05)

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Page created: June 18, 2005
Last updated: June 20, 2005