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OTS History

History for OTS

Texas Railroad Charter 1837
International Great Northern Railroad completed in Spring. Brought 200 RR workers & German immigrants = sawmills, salloons, hotels, a hospital, an opera house and a bank. 1871
Great Storm of Galveston 1900
Hurricane = damaged opera house, destroyed train depot. 1915
RR closed in Spring, moved to Houston 1918
Prohibition 1920
Great Depression 1929
Spring revitalized 1980
Wunsche Brothers receives historical marker 1984
Old Town Spring receives historical marker 2003
state granted a charter to Spring State Bank 1910
Bonnie & Clyde 1932
bank closed 1934
Adam Klein obtained his mortician’s license 1922
built the Wunsche Brothers Saloon and Hotel with lumber from their own sawmill 1902
tanker exploded upon impact with the train engine. 1974
Hudson's Whitehall built 1897
Created by: kaseyclark