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  • This mobile home also sat on the W. E. Denny land and was gone by 2004. It stood where 26522 Crimson Bluff Lane is now built.
  • 8729 Pool Hill Rd. The house is still there but the mobile homes have either been relocated or are gone.
  • This house was located at the southeast intersection of Fulbrook Shores Trace and FM 1093 approximately 128 feet south of FM 1093. It was gone by the early 90s.
  • 26119 Hunter Lane. The roof was replaced circa 2016/2017 and the solar panels are gone.
  • 11411 FM 1464. This house stood at the northeast intersection of FM 1464 and Safari Dr. It was gone by 2002.
  • Located at the northeast corner of FM 1093 and Fulshear-Katy Rd, this concrete processing plant was gone by the mid-2000's.
  • 915 Timothy Ln (the house mid-photo) and 919 Timothy Ln (the area with the mobile home). The house still stands but the mobile home is gone.
  • Located between 2520 and 2530 Highway 6, this building was gone by 1995. An extensive land trace only turned up the building's owner - Baker Land Company. I wasn't able to determine the tenant.
  • 3366 Highway 6. Baskin Robbins is still in the same place but the other tenants are gone. The shopping center exterior has been updated.
  • Located at 12053 Southwest Freeway (where Texas Direct Auto now sits), this appears to be a manufactured housing lot. It was gone by the early 90's.

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