Here's some aerial views of Wall Dragway southeast of San Angelo. It is still up and running. It's had several names that I'm aware of over the years, Wall Dragway, San Angelo Dragway, Double A Raceway and probably others. As you can see, it's not a bad strip, it has a pretty good tower, grandstands, snack bars, a big pit area. nice guard rails. The strip on the right is not used at all. The two black streaks are black streaks and the pits are to the left. I heard they used to race where the pits are now with a flag start. It was originally a part of Goodfellow Field in San Angelo. The Air Force used Wall for a flight training strip.....I think they would "touch and go" You can see three landing strips, taxi ways and the like. I don't know the name of the planes, but they were blue and yellow bi-planes with big ass radial motors and sliding canapes. It is owned now by a cotton farmer who had it given to him by the government when flight training ceased after WW2. The farmer is hard to get along with I'm told. He likes the lease money, but don't want anyone out there. Supposed to be a real dick. Me and my friends raced there for several years. As soon as I can scan some photos I'll post them up. The return road is that loop to the right of the track. I went through the traps once, passed the return road, and eventually went through the fence at the end of the track. I had just put a fresh motor in my car and I could tell it was "on a pass." They had 60's funny cars there as well as jet cars, wheelie trucks and all that shit. Some very funny stories. And some characters who ran the track.