The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

You can still eat meat at The Junction House — a railroad-themed steak and seafood restaurant in Kingsland, Texas — but not the kind featured in 1974's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. This independent film, which follows a group of friends who fall victim to a family of cannibals led by "Leatherface," was shot in the Victorian-era farmhouse, likely designed by architect George Barber. Originally built on Quick Hill Road near Round Rock, the home was later moved to Kingsland and opened as a restaurant.

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