GALVESTON, Texas (AP) — This house might not look like much, says
Kimber Fountain, as she stands in front of a faded white Victorian home
with sunken corners and battered shutters, but it's a perfect example of
this part of Galveston's history.
"Welcome to The Line," she says to a group of about 20
people, who have followed her here, to this stretch of mostly bulldozed
space lining Post Office Street.