In 1901, a preacher-inventor built an airship based on the Biblical book of Ezekiel. It was destroyed in a rail accident on its way to the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. A historical marker is at the original Fulton Street building site. A full-size replica of the airship is at the Northeast Texas...
Features a completely restored 100-year-old house, barn and smokehouse furnished with period antiques. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thu.- Sat. 206 Mount Pleasant St.
Housed in the old Cotton Belt Railroad Depot. Exhibits include artifacts, photos and documents from 1854 when the town was established; antique farm equipment; and other memorabilia. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thu.-Sat. 204 W. Marshall St.
The 75-foot tower features four Paccard bells from France and a chapel that never closes. The park features a fountain and a life-size bronze statue that shows Jesus washing the disciple Peter's feet. At the intersection of Jefferson and Lafayette streets.
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