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U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas, looking upstream from left bank
July 22, 1985

USGS station 08110500 Navasota Riv. near Easterly, Tex.

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas, looking upstream from left bank, July 22, 1985.

SIR 2009–5174

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas, upstream from FM 1462 bridge.
August 28, 1973

USGS station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas, looking upstream from Farm-to-Market Road (FM) 1462 bridge, August 28, 1973.
USGS SIR 2009–5174

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08109000 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas, looking upstream from left bank
March 10, 1971

USGS station 081090 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08109000 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas, looking upstream from left bank, March 10, 1971.

USGS SIR 2009–5174

USGS station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas, looking upstream from right bank.
April 2, 1967

USGS station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08116650 Brazos River near Rosharon, Texas, (A) looking upstream from right bank, April 2, 1967 (not known if pilings visible at base of bridge pier are result of channel-bed incision).
USGS SIR 2009–5174

Station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas, looking upstream from FM 413 bridge, March 31, 1964.
March 31, 1964

USGS station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas, looking upstream from FM 413 bridge, March 31, 1964.

SIR 2009–5174

Station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas, downstream from FM 413 bridge, March 31, 1964.
March 31, 1964

USGS station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08098290 Brazos River near Highbank, Texas, looking downstream from FM 413 bridge, March 31, 1964.

SIR 2009–5174

Image: USGS Streamgage in Menard, Texas
April 13, 1963

USGS Streamgage in Menard, Texas

Although large streamgage structures are no longer necessary, the USGS still uses some of them to contain modern streamgage equipment.

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08109000 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas.
February 5, 1954

USGS station 081090 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08109000 Brazos River near Bryan, Texas, looking upstream from left bank, February 5, 1954.

SIR 2009–5174

U.S. Geological Survey station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas.
December 5, 1941

USGS station 08110500 Navasota Riv. near Easterly, Tex.

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas, looking downstream from left bank, December 5, 1941.

SIR 2009–5174

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas.
June 7, 1934

USGS station 08110500 Navasota Riv. near Easterly, Tex.

U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging station 08110500 Navasota River near Easterly, Texas, looking upstream, June 7, 1934.

SIR 2009–5174

Image: USGS staff verify measurments taken on the San Saba River in Texas

USGS staff verify measurments taken on the San Saba River in Texas

USGS staff checking the streamgage equipment on the San Saba River in Texas.

Image: Early USGS streamgage on the San Saba river in Texas

Early USGS streamgage on the San Saba river in Texas

An early streamgage is used to measure water levels on San Saba River. USGS crews would visit this equipment to collect water level readings.