Crosbyton, Texas: Giant Arrow

Not evidence of a monolithic Indian attack. The 21.5 ft. steel Comanche-style arrow is one of a planned series along the Quanah Parker Trail ("Last Comanche Chief").
US Hwy 82, Crosbyton, TX
US Hwy 82, probably in the park on the east side of town near Aspen Rd.
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Giant Arrow

Arrow sculpture erected in the City Park in Crosbyton, Texas located on US Hwy 82. The arrow is a steel structure that measures 21 1/2 ft. tall. This arrow is painted in Comanche colors and is one of the first arrows to be placed along the Quanah Parker Trail in the 52 county Texas Plains trail Region.

[Margot Hardin, 08/30/2011]

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Mt. Blanco Fossil MuseumMt. Blanco Fossil Museum, Crosbyton, TX - < 1 mi.
Steel HouseSteel House, Ransom Canyon, TX - 27 mi.
Silent Wings MuseumSilent Wings Museum, Lubbock, TX - 35 mi.
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Safety City, Tiny Streets for Young Drivers, Lubbock, TX - 37 mi.

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