Victoria Trail Through Time

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6 Displays Featuring Victoria's Fascinating History!

Victoria Trail Through Time

Victoria…A Trail Through Time Take a driving tour of Victoria’s Trail through Time. Each display tells the story of a person or event which added a unique thread to the weave of our rich, multi-cultural heritage and helped shape Victoria into the city it is today. Begin with the year 1725 and the settlement of Presidio La Bahia and Mission Espiritu Santo and travel to the year 1884 with a railroad named The Macaroni Line. 1. Presidio La Bahia and Mission Espiritu Santo 1725-1726 Located in Riverside Park on McCright Drive, next the the Children’s Playground 2. Margaret Wright, “The Mother of Texas” 1789-1878 Located in Riverside Park on Memorial Drive, near Riverside Stadium 3. Jose’ Maria Jesus Carbajal 1809-1872 Located in downtown Victoria at the intersection of Main and Juan Linn streets 4. Round Top House and the Great Comanche Raid 1840 Located in Riverside Park at the Stayton/Memorial street entrance 5. Steamboating and the Guadalupe River 1850 Located in Riverside Park on McCright Drive, near the high water sign 6. The Macaroni Line 1882-1884 Located in downtown Victoria at Fossati’s Delicatessen