El Paso has more than a few locations that hold a lot of history. But it feels good to know that some of the historical buildings are still up and running.

Julie Murphy specifically focused on the historical buildings that played a role in the Mexican Revolution. She mainly focused on three buildings downtown which was Anson Mills, El Paso Laundry and the Popular Dry Goods building. There's only one building that kept it's physical appearance but changed it's name. It was Popular Dry Goods that is now known as the Fallas Discount store. Julie not only shows you the old school pictures but present photos of the historical buildings today. You will get a before and after feel of the Anson Mills, El Paso Laundry and Popular Dry Goods buildings.

It's cool to see that these historical buildings still hold their same structure as they did many years ago!