Texas Ghost Towns…Wise, Dallas and Tarrant Counties


1…Wayside, 15 miles North Northwest of Fort Worth on Hwy 1220, school house marks the site
2…Avondale, on railroad and tri-county line, 7 miles West of Haslet
3…Bransford, on railroad, 5 miles Southwest of Grapevine
4…Smithfield, on railroad, 10 miles Southwest of Grapevine
5…Plover, on railroad in far Southwest corner of county, 7 miles Southwest of Benbrook
6…Kennedale, on railroad, 5 miles Northwest of Mansfield


1…Scyene, 10 miles East of Dallas near Mesquite


1…Ball Knob, 4 miles Northeast of Alvord on a gravel road just off old Alvord hwy.
2…Pella, on the North county line, 10 miles Southwest of Forestburg
3…Deep Creek, 4 miles Northeast of Alford, off hwy 81 on old Decatur/Avord road
4…Audubon, 5 miles East of Alford, near Bethel Church
5…Greenwood, 6 miles Northwest of Slidell
6…Brumlow, 4 miles Southwest of the ghost town Greenwood
7…Crafton, on West county line, 8 miles West Northwest of Chico
8…Babb, 2 1/2 miles East of Chico
9…Flat Rock, 7.2 miles Northwest of Decatur on the old Alvord Hwy. Look for cemetary
10..Cowen, on railroad, 7 miles Northwest of Decatur
11..Gourlay, approximately 3 miles East of Decatur, and just South of hwy 24
12..Berkshire, on railroad, 6 miles West Southwest of Bridgeport
13..Balsora, 5 miles North Northeast of Boonsville
14..Garvin, on railroad, 5 miles West Northwest of Boyd
15..Anneville, 7 miles South of Decatur, off hwy 730, look for school house/foundation
16..Draco, 8 miles Southwest of Paradise
17..Cottondale, 8 miles South of Paradise

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