Inspection Station (former) – Laredo TX

Description

The historic former U.S. Border Inspection Station in Laredo, Texas was built in 1943 with U.S. Treasury Department funds. The facility was in Spanish Colonial Revival style. The facility has been replaced, and Living New Deal believes the New Deal structure has been demolished.

Source notes

NRHP Multiple Property Nomination form: U.S. Border Inspection Stations
http://www.gsa.gov/portal/mediaId/122346/fileName/64501205.action (pg. 44)

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on May 16, 2017.

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Location Info


Laredo, TX

Location notes: Approx. location

Coordinates: 27.502116, -99.502768

One comment on “Inspection Station (former) – Laredo TX

  1. William Baron

    This border station, located at the end of the Convent Avenue Bridge (known locally as Bridge #1), is still in operation. It is a Spanish Colonial Revival structure with red clay tile roof, The building is obscured by a large covered inspection canopy.

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