Houston (Bayport), TX Overview
The Bayport Container Terminal, or simply the Bayport Terminal, is a major deep water port in the Greater Houston area in Texas. This relatively new terminal, part of the Port of Houston, is designed to handle standardized cargo containers and offload the nearby Barbours Cut Terminal, which has no further room for expansion.The Bayport Terminal is situated along the Bayport Ship Channel off Galveston Bay, between La Porte, Texas and Seabrook, Texas. This channel itself feeds into to the larger Houston Ship Channel, which runs from Houston, through Galveston Bay, to the Gulf of Mexico.
The port sits adjacent to the Bayport Industrial District, a large complex of firms primarily involved in petroleum and petrochemical processing.
The facilities at Bayport include a cruise ship terminal, built at a cost of US$81 million.The terminal briefly saw use for cruises follow
ing Hurricane Ike when ships like Carnival Cruise Lines Ecstasy and Conquest were re-routed from the damaged Port of Galveston to Bayport for nearly two months. Bayport Cruise Terminal will become port of call for both Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line in 2013-2014.
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Manchester, Houston, TX
The Manchester neighborhood in Houston is completely surrounded by Valero, Texas Recycling, a car crushing facility, the Port of Houston, Highway 610, a rail yard and a waste water treatment plant. These are two aerial photos of the Manchester community that my dad, Juan Parras, took a few years ago.
BayPort Ship Channel
Tanker cruising down the Houston Ship Channel at Bayport. Shot from a residents home in the Shady Oaks subdivision, this footage shows how exposed to Bayport residents in this neighborhood are since the devastation of Hurricane Ike.
UP 8580 leads eastbound intermodal, Houston, TX
An eastbound Union Pacific Z-train (I believe either the ZLAJX or ZLCAT) is coming off the Glidden Sub as it crosses Willowbend Blvd crossing located just southwest of downtown Houston and heads north on the Terminal Sub. Unfortunately this was taken in a quiet zone.
Tour Of Downtown Houston, Out To San Jacinto Monument, Texas Dashcam
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Welcome to Houston Texas!
A tour of the metropolitan area of Houston Texas presented by www.GaryGreene.com. Get a feel of this beautiful city along with lifestyle, communities and housing opportunities. With a vibrant economy and affordable housing, Houston is a great place to call home!
Houston Texas Night Tour
video follows us-59 sw to tx-288/ i-45 to i-10w to i-610 west loop . video shows all 3 skyline's in the houstn area along with the west loop area of i-610 one of the highest travled stretch of road .
Houston City Tours
City Tours in the downtown area with live tour guides are not easy to find. Maybe thats because we are the only company providing such unique service. Come join our city tours and let us show you the 4th largest city in the United States. Our tours are appropriate for all ages and ethnicities.
An HD Tour of Houston, Texas, 2013: Skyscrapers, arts buildings, and more
Houston, Texas is the fastest growing metropolitan area out of the top 30 metro areas in the US (it's currently the 10th largest); in addition, it's the fastest growing city out of the top 5 cities in the US. This tour offers views of Houston's many skyscrapers from close up and from far away.
Downtown Houston, TX
memorial drive , allen parkway and other various approaches t o the best skyline in texas. most buildings are within 6-800 feet and include many over in the range of 800-1000ft high. 5 out of the 10 tallest buildings statewide are located in downtown