These twenty courthouses are located along I-45 from Houston to Dallas, west to Fort Worth on I-30, south on I-35 from Fort Worth and south toward Houston along Highway 6 outside of Waco. Give or take a few miles off these major highways, one can locate each of these Texas Courthouses.

This collection also contains several of my favorites to date as I progress toward my goal of capturing all 254 courthouses in the State of Texas. Three are really outstanding: Ellis County, Harris County 1910 and Dallas County "Old Red". Of note, Grimes County is the only courthouse of this design. Surprises include Robertson County in Franklin and Leon County in Centerville.

Enjoy this tour between the largest cities in the state.
Ellis County - WaxahatchieMcLennan County - WacoRobertson County - FranklinGrimes County - AndersonLeon County - CentervilleHill County - HillsboroFreestone County - FairfieldLimestone County - GroesbeckWaller County - HempsteadSan Jacinto County - ColdspringMontgomery County - ConroeFalls County - MarlinBrazos County - BryanWalker County - HuntsvilleNavarro County - CorsicanaHarris County 1910 - HoustonTarrant County - Fort WorthDallas County "Old Red" - Dallas

Guestbook for Texas Courthouses - North-South Corridor
Usha Peddamatham(non-registered)
Curtis, I am so proud of the way you have a photo project and you diligently pursuing it with a photographic diary. Love the Dallas county courthouse.
Janet Bodin(non-registered)
Beautiful photographs! I especially enjoyed seeing the Waxahachie courthouse. My grandmother was from Ellis County. I've written to them a few times for family records.

If you ever get to Roberts County in the Panhandle, go inside & see the photograph of my g-grandfather Josiah Martin Smith who was county judge in 1930.
Nancy Dawley(non-registered)
Curtis,

You are making your way through the 'list' of courthouses. I especially like the older buildings. Quite interesting.

Nancy
Marti(non-registered)
Well, Curtis, you know I'm going to be partial to the Ellis County Courthouse in Waxahachie. All of your photographs are outstanding. I think my second choice is a tie between Old Red and Grimes County with the front elevation/unusual staircase.