February 2021

Mailboxes in Roaring Springs, TX

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1290 Fm 193

Afton
Roaring Springs, TX 79220

403 2 Nd St

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Roaring Springs, TX 79256

403 2 Nd St

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Roaring Springs, TX 79256

403 2 Nd St

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Roaring Springs, TX 79256

716 Dundee St

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Roaring Springs, TX 79244

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200 Main St

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Lakeview, TX 79237

219 W 3 Rd St

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Quanah, TX 79252

107 N Main St

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Lockney, TX 79241

107 N Main St

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South Plains, TX 79241

1501 E 1 St St

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Petersburg, TX 79250

101 W 4 Th St

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Mclean, TX 79226

115 Main St

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Turkey, TX 79255

1290 Fm 193

Afton
Roaring Springs, TX 79220

921 5 Th St

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Spur, TX 79229

716 Dundee St

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Matador, TX 79244

507 Avenue F Nw

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Childress, TX 79201

14900 Fm 2042

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Tell, TX 79259

200 Main St

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Hedley, TX 79237

121 N Main St

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Crowell, TX 79227

600 N Highway 83

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Guthrie, TX 79236

219 W 3 Rd St

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Chillicothe, TX 79252

401 Lone Star St

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Silverton, TX 79257

101 W 4 Th St

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Clarendon, TX 79226

921 5 Th St

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Dickens, TX 79229

226 W Missouri St

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Floydada, TX 79235

Finding a mailbox in Roaring Springs can be overwhelming, but your search doesn’t have to be. If you are looking for a mailbox in Roaring Springs, you have options.

Roaring Springs is a town in Motley County, Texas, United States. The population was 265 at the 2000 census. Roaring Springs was originally an Indian campground. At the time of the recapture of Cynthia Ann Parker in Foard County, Roaring Springs was the main Comanche outpost. It was known for the purity of its water. In 1912, the community was laid out in the anticipation of service from the Quanah, Acme and Pacific Railway, operated by Samuel Lazarus (1855-1926). The name "Roaring Springs" was adopted in 1913, when the railroad initiated service. A brick depot was soon established at the end of Broadway Street and handled passenger and freight traffic until 1971. The next year the depot was purchased by the town.

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