Tinsley-Lyles House - Garland, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member WalksfarTX
N 32° 54.926 W 096° 38.344
14S E 720785 N 3644385
Historical home from late 1800's has been moved twice to preserve it.
Waymark Code: WMV3ZX
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 02/19/2017
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member 8Nuts MotherGoose
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Garland Heritage

William A. Tinsley built this house in the late 1800’s at Austin and First Streets. The house was purchased by R.H. Lyles in 1902.

In the 1970’s Jay Jones purchased the house from the Lyles Family and donated it to the City of Garland. In 1979, the Lyles House was relocated to Heritage Park to reside with the Santa Fe Depot and Pullman Coach Car #582 behind City Hall.

In 2015, the Tinsley-Lyles House was moved to its current, more prominent location, in Heritage Crossing.

Original Location: N 32° 54.857 W 096° 37.849

How it was moved: Wheels / Dolly / Truck

Type of move: Inside City

Building Status: Museum

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