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The Ark-La-Tex
Three-State-Marker

"If youíre smitten by the fancy to stand in three states at one time, there is such a place. Naturally, itís called Three States and it lies at the intersection of Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas on Texas Highway 77 southeast of Atlanta." - from "Out-of-the-way Places" by Bob Bowman.

TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker - Texas side
Texas
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker
Approaching the Three State Marker
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker - LA side
Louisiana
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker - ARK. side
Arkansas
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
TX, LA, ARK Three State Marker
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010

Photographer's Note: "From the looks of those tree roots, the marker may not last much longer." - Barclay Gibson

Texas sign
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
"Welcome to Louisiana" sign
Photo courtesy Barclay Gibson, April 2010
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