Thse photos came from a set of cards I bought online. They are not for sale.
Here is the narrow guage Six Flags Railroad. This original ride still operates at the park today.
When Six Flags opened in the early 60's cowboys were all the rage and thus heavily featured.
The confederate section of Six Flags Over Texas was much bigger at one time. Today the section is very small.
Here we see the long gone burrow rides from the Spanish section. Can you image trying to do such a ride today?
Here is a shootout and one of the props from the train ride.
The Astrolift and the Huble Freeway both of which are now gone.
Here the Stagecoach ride is held up by banditos.
Exploring the Lavaca River
One of Six Flags Many Early Buildings
The LaSalle Riverboat Ride. Perhaps one of the parks most missed rides. It was demolished to make way for the Roaring Rapids.
Another photo from the confederate section. Employees used to be themed with the park sections.
The Mexican Food Cafe Is Still There and Still Running To the best of my knowledge.
Justice Texas Style
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This page was created with the hope you can relive so of your Six Flags Over Texas Memories. The park is still a great place to visit and take the kids for the weekend.
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