On Friday, I had a chance to venture down to Cleburne. I took a few photographs. My two favorites are of the Johnson County Courthouse. The first is an elevation view, taken from an alley on axis with the Courthouse.
I also had a chance to go inside and take a shot of the center of the building. Unfortunately, they have placed the Christmas Tree in the exact center and they have the area barricaded. I could not take a direct photo looking up. However, I will say one thing, the center of the building is absolutely fantastic.
A couple of blocks south of the Courthouse is the restored Liberty Hotel. They have a nice neon sign on the corner of the building.
Finally, the old Cleburne High School was converted into a courthouse annex. The building was designed by Sanguinet & Staats and it opened in 1918. Does this sound familiar? It was the same architect and year as Trimble Technical High School was built in Fort Worth.