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Texas Soft Drink Bottling Plants

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former Coca-Cola Building
Abilene, TX
This Coca-Cola Building was built in 1951. The building now houses Global Samaritan Resources. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Beeville, TX

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2018:
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant has been vacant for many years. The building is probably from the 1940s. The neon sign was gone by 2017. [map]

former Coca-Cola Building
Big Spring, TX
This Coca-Cola Building has been here since at least 1937. The building vacant for many years. There are still painted ghost signs on both sides of the building. [map]

former Coca-Cola Building
Brownwood, TX
This Coca-Cola Building was supposedly built in the late 1920s. The building has housed Howard Payne University's Doakie Day Art Center since 2009. [map]

former Coca-Cola Building
Crockett, TX
This Coca-Cola Building was restored between 2009 and 2013. For more, see this website. [map]

former Coca-Cola Building
Cuero, TX
This Coca-Cola Building was built in 1931. In 2014, there was talk of restoring the building. However, nothing seemed to have happened when these photos were taken in 2018. For more, see this website. [map]

Coca-Cola Building
Dallas, TX
This Coca-Cola Building was built as a syrup plant from 1937-1938. It is still in operation. The rooftop neon sign was probably built later. [map]

Dallas:
Dr Pepper: 1, 2 [vintage; gone]

Dr Pepper bottling plant
Fort Worth, TX
This former Dr Pepper bottling plant was built in 1938. There was originally a 10-2-4 clock on the tower. For more, see this website. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Galveston, TX

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2018:
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant was designed by Ben Milam. The Coca-Cola plant was previously located on G Street. The company moved here sometime between January 1939 and January 1940. For more, see this website. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Graham, TX
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant was probably built in the 1930s. The building now houses the AMC Marketplace. [map]

Greenville:
Dr Pepper

Coca-Cola bottling plant
Houston, TX
This Coca-Cola bottling plant was designed by Stone and Pitts and built in 1951. [map]

Houston:
Pepsi [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Marshall, TX
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1936. The building to the right was built a few years later. The buildings now house the 511 Technology Center. [map]

Coca-Cola & Dr Pepper bottling plant
Paris, TX
This Coca-Cola and Dr Pepper bottling plant is probably from the 1950s. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Terrell, TX
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant bottling plant was built in 1935. [map]

Coca-Cola bottling plant
Texarkana, TX
This Coca-Cola bottling plant looks like it might be from the 1950s. [map]

Coca-Cola bottling plant
Tyler, TX
This Coca-Cola bottling plant appears to be from the 1950s. The sign is probably from the 1960s. It must have revolved originally. [map]

Coca-Cola bottling plant
Uvalde, TX
This Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1940. In addition to Coca-Cola, Buck Brand sodas were also produced there. [map]

former Coca-Cola bottling plant
Waco, TX
This former Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in 1939. It was designed by Robert V. Derrah who also designed the famous Coca-Cola Building in Los Angeles, CA. This building is now used as a warehouse for Brazos Distributing. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Dublin Bottling Works
Dublin, TX
The Dublin Bottling Works was the first facility to bottle Dr Pepper after it was invented in 1885. Dr Pepper began production here in 1891. After a falling out with Dr Pepper around 2014, the Dublin Dr Pepper Bottling Co. was forced to change its name and association with the company. A neon Dr Pepper sign was removed from the roof. There are still many vintage Dr Pepper items inside. [map]

Dr Pepper bottling plant
Waco, TX
This Dr Pepper bottling plant was designed by Milton Scott and built in 1906 for the Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company which produced Dr Pepper. The sign on the building reflects that Dr Pepper was developed in Waco in 1885. This building was used as a bottling plant until the 1960s. The building was renovated and has housed the Dr Pepper Museum since 1989. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The channel letter sign on the building across the courtyard might have had neon originally if it came from somewhere else. It currently has LED rope lighting. It is most likely a modern sign. [map]

Pepsi bottling plant
Waco, TX
This Pepsi bottling plant appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

former Pepsi bottling plant
Houston, TX
This Pepsi bottling plant was built by 1957. The arch was outlined with Christmas tree lights during the holiday season. The building now houses P.A. Inc. For more, see this website. [map]

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