San Angelo, Texas

Cactus Hotel building
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
Pedestrian bridge at a park running along the Concho River
Fountains on the Concho River
Main entrance at Angelo State University
Texan Hall on Angelo State University Campus
San Angelo Regional Airport

City in and the county seat of Tom Green County, Texas, United States.

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Permian Basin (North America)

Large sedimentary basin in the southwestern part of the United States.

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Permian Basin stratigraphic column
Climatic zones of the Carboniferous-Permian boundary
Figure 9: Significant hydrocarbon plays within the Permian Basin
Santa Rita No. 1 rig, used in the discovery of the Big Lake Oil Field in 1923.
Map of the part of the region in Texas. Red is the core; pink represents the counties sometimes included in the region.
Active Permian Basin pumpjack east of Andrews, TX

The Texas cities of Midland, Odessa and San Angelo serve as the headquarters for oil production activities in the basin.

Goodfellow Air Force Base

Airmen from the 312th Training Squadron extinguish a fire on a training module to demonstrate an aircraft incident at Goodfellow AFB.

Goodfellow Air Force Base is a nonflying United States Air Force base located in San Angelo, Texas, United States.

West Texas

Loosely defined part of the U.S. state of Texas, generally encompassing the arid and semi-arid lands west of a line drawn between the cities of Wichita Falls, Abilene, and Del Rio.

El Paso
Lubbock
Amarillo
Midland
Abilene
Odessa
Big Spring
San Angelo
Socorro
Guadalupe Mountains
Davis Mountains
Chisos Mountains
Franklin Mountains
Santa Elena Canyon
Palo Duro Canyon
Caprock Canyons
Rita Blanca National Grassland
Monahans Sandhills State Park
Llano Estacado
Pumpjacks, like this one south of Midland, are a common sight in West Texas oil fields.
Irrigated agriculture in West Texas
The Brazos Wind Farm near Fluvanna is one of many wind farms in West Texas.
Fort Bliss is the number one employer in the El Paso region

The Texas Counties.net website acknowledges the variations, and includes 70 counties in its definition, based on the five principal metropolitan areas it contains: El Paso, Lubbock, Abilene, Midland/Odessa, and San Angelo.

Fort Concho

Headquarters building, September 2017
The fort's parade ground
Historical marker detailing the service life of Fort Concho
Texas State Historical Association placard commemorating the 10th Cavalry
Immigrants and their wagons passing through San Angelo in 1885
Officer's Row in 1913
Enlisted Men's Barracks 1 and 2
Hospital, from the parade ground, left is north, right is south
Officer's Quarters 3 from the northwest

Fort Concho is a former United States Army installation and National Historic Landmark District located in San Angelo, Texas.

Edwards Plateau

Geographic region at the crossroads of Central, South, and West Texas.

Edwards Plateau terrain as seen from U.S. Route 277 between Del Rio and Sonora
Enchanted Rock near Fredericksburg by Hermann Lungkwitz, 1864, oil on canvas
San Saba River near Sloan, San Saba County (9 May 2014)
Wildflowers on ranchland, State Highway 965, Llano County (13 April 2012)
Llano River from County Road 320, Kimble County (17 April 2015)
Texas cooter (Pseudemys texana) and red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta), Colorado River, Travis County (12 April 2012)
The Guadalupe River in Kerr County (8 May 2014)
Ranchland with Texas bluebonnets (Lupinus texensis) in western Kerr County (17 April 2015)
Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) growing on the Guadalupe River, Kerr County (14 April 2012)
Ranchland in the Edwards Plateau, Mason County (17 April 2015)
Crevice spiny lizard (Sceloporus poinsettii), Mason County, Texas, USA (9 May 2014)
Highway 187 in the Edwards Plateau, Bandera County, Texas, USA (14 April 2012)
Limestone bluff, typical of the Edwards Plateau, Highway 336, Real County (14 Apr 2012)
Ranchland seen from Highway 336, Real County (14 April 2012)
Scarlet penstemon (Penstemon triflorus), endemic to the Edwards Plateau, Edwards County (18 April 2015)
Ranch road in southern Edwards County (18 April 2015).
Cedar Creek, Edwards County (18 April 2015)

San Angelo, Austin, San Antonio, and Del Rio roughly outline the area.

Big Spring, Texas

City in and the county seat of Howard County, Texas, United States, at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 87 and Interstate 20.

Signal Peak located 10 mi to the southeast of Big Spring (Robert T. Hill, 1889)
Big Spring decorative sign
The "big spring" in Comanche Trail Park
Big Spring City Hall
Newly refurbished Settles Hotel
Big Spring Veterans Hospital
The picnic pavilion at Big Spring State Park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.
Scenic Mountain Medical Center serves the community.

With a population of 27,282 as of the 2010 census, it is the largest city between Midland to the west, Abilene to the east, Lubbock to the north, and San Angelo to the south.

Tom Green County, Texas

County located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas.

Judge Michael D. Brown Justice Center across from the Tom Green County Courthouse
View from U.S. Highway 87 northwest of San Angelo in Tom Green County
Former Texas Theater in downtown San Angelo

Its county seat is San Angelo.

Angelo State University

Main entrance to Angelo State University
The Old Main Building on North Oaks in 1930
Porter Henderson Library at Angelo State University
Touch-screen controlled OmniGlobe outside the ASU Planetarium in the Physics building
Houston Harte University Center
Hardeman Building
Centennial Village
Center for Human Performance
The ASU Lake House at Lake Nasworthy
Rock Climbing Gym
Campus Green & Jogging Trail
LeGrand Football Stadium
Roscoe on the PKA fraternity truck in the downtown San Angelo ASU homecoming parade
Angelo State ROTC
Dominic
Angelo State Alumni Center

Angelo State University is a public university in San Angelo, Texas.

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway

One of the larger railroads in the United States.

AT&SF trademark in the late 19th century incorporated the British lion out of respect for the country's financial assistance in building the railroad to California.
D&RGW through Royal Gorge in 1881
Gold bond of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company, issued October 1, 1889
A map of "The Santa Fé Route" and subsidiary lines, as published in an 1891 issue of the Grain Dealers and Shippers Gazetteer
A comparison map prepared by the Santa Fe Railroad in 1921, showing the "Old Santa Fé Trail" (top) and the AT&SF and its connections (bottom)
AT&SF and SP Railroad trains meet at Walong siding on the Tehachapi Loop in the late 1980s.
A promotional brochure for the Santa Fe Railway's Scott Special passenger train
AT&SF#1129, a 1902 Baldwin 2-6-2 Prairie locomotive, preserved at Las Vegas, New Mexico, since 1956
AT&SF No. 870, a 1906-built 2-8-0 from Burnham, Williams & Co. on static display at park in Santa Fe Springs
EMC 1800 hp B-B in the original Golden Olive scheme (1935)
EMC E1 in Warbonnet (1938)
Santa Fe#103, an EMD FT unit decorated in the "Cat Whiskers" scheme, receives service during World War II.
A museum restoration of Kennecott Copper Corporation #103 (an Alco model RS-2) now bears the #2098 and the ATSF Zebra Stripe paint scheme.
Santa Fe #2378, an Alco S-2 switcher in the Billboard scheme (1966)
ATSF 108 at Southern California Railway Museum
Warbonnet roof details
ATSF San Diegan EMD F7 (1968), displaying the "SANTA FE" in black Railroad Roman letters along each side
Santa Fe #98, an EMD FP45 decked out in Warbonnet colors, including the traditional "cigar band" nose emblem
Santa Fe #681 in Sealy Texas, June 2001
The L.A.-bound Super Chief gets its 5-minute pit-stop service in Albuquerque, 1943
ATSF 9542 in Kodachrome leads other locomotives in ''Freightbonnet (1990)

The Angelo: San Angelo, Texas – Fort Worth, Texas (on the GC&SF)

Greg Maddux

American college baseball coach and former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher.

Maddux in 2009
Maddux pitching for the Braves in 1994
Maddux pitching for the Cubs in 2006
Maddux pitching for the Padres
Maddux in the dugout in 2008

Maddux was born in San Angelo, Texas, and spent much of his childhood in Madrid, Spain, where the United States Air Force stationed his father.