SIERRA BLANCA

Population 700

Altitude 4,512


General

Now on modern I-10 in far West Texas the town grew at the juncture of the nation's second transcontinental rail route in 1881 (Southern Pacific and Texas & Pacific). Historical marker commemorates the event downtown at the corner of Sierra Blanca Avenue and U.S. 80. The town is named for Sierra Blanca Mountain (6,950 feet) just northeast.

HUDSPETH COUNTY MUSEUM

ADOBE COURTHOUSE

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