"Winters is on U.S. Highway 83, Farm roads 1770 and 53, and the Missouri-Pacific Railroad, in north central Runnels County... The population was 163 in 1892, and the town continued to grow. A brass band was organized in 1901 and toured widely in West Texas for years... Manufactured items include air conditioning equipment, metals, lenses, outdoor lighted signs, and aircraft parts. Annual events include a show sponsored by the West Texas Shetland Pony Breeders Association."
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Handbook of Texas Online: Winters
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Winters Municipal Airport
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