10 Most Endangered Historic Places in Texas

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    A former post office in Lubbock is among 10 sites on a preservation group's list of most endangered historic places in Texas.

    The list is from Preservation Texas Inc.

    Lubbock County now owns the vacant building that also once was a federal courthouse. The site has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1995.

    The preservation group's list also includes the Blas Herrera Ranch south of San Antonio, the Duval County Courthouse in San Diego, the Lodge Building in Waxahachie and Mulkey Theatre in Clarendon.

    Also listed are the Noah Cox House in Roma, Olivewood Cemetery in Houston, the Piano Bridge in Schulenburg, the Roma-Cuidad Miguel Aleman International Suspension Bridge in Roma and the Santa Fe Railway Depot in Snyder.

    The list was released Wednesday.