Natural Bridge Caverns - New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas
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Directions: from New Braunfels about 8.5 mi. west, caverns located on FM 1863
Marker #: 5091003552
Year Dedicated: 1967
Size, type: 24" x 18"
Last reported condition: repair- in promient place at tours attraction
Natural Bridge Caverns - Discovered March 27, 1960, by four students of St. Mary's University, San Antonio. Named for the rock bridge that marks entrance. Dedicated on August 5, 1964 by Governor John Connally. Of early cretaceous age; still forming. Site of artifacts from 5000 B.C., and human remains at least 8,000 years old; also Indian campsites. 1967
Decimal degrees:  N 29.692526   W -98.342238
Degrees, minutes: N 29 41.552   W 098 20.534
UTM: Zone 14, Easting 563635, Northing 3284896
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