Tejas Longhorn Land & Minin

Tejas Longhorn Land & Minin in Austin, TX
6404 Skycrest Dr., Austin, TX 78745
(512) 326-5656

Contacts

Street address:
6404 Skycrest Dr.

City / suburb:
Austin

County:
Travis

State:
Texas

ZIP code:
78745-4423

Phone:
(512) 326-5656

Contact name:
George Henderson

Contact title:
Principal

GPS Longitude:
-97.781673

GPS Latitude:
30.197284

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0.04 miles away
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0.07 miles away
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General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 1061
City / suburb: Austin, TX
County: Travis
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More details about Tejas Longhorn Land & Minin

According to our records, this business is located at 6404 Skycrest Dr. in Austin (in Travis County), Texas 78745, the location GPS coordinates are: 30.197284 (latitude), -97.781673 (longitude). Tejas Longhorn Land & Minin is categorized under Columbite Mining (SIC code 1061). Known organization principal is George Henderson. You can contact the company by phone at (512) 326-5656.
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