Lone Star

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Lone Star (Lonestar or Lone Stars) may refer to:

Locations[edit]

Transportation[edit]

  • International Lonestar, a heavy duty truck manufactured by International Truck
  • Lone Star (1920 automobile), an early American automobile manufactured by made by Lone Star Motor Truck and Tractor Corp. from 1920–1922
  • Lone Star Airlines, an American regional airline that operated both domestic and international flights from 1984–1998
  • Lone Star (Amtrak train), an Amtrak passenger train serving Chicago, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Fort Worth, Houston and intermediate points from 1971–1974
  • Lone Star (SSW train), a passenger train operated by St. Louis Southwestern Railway between Memphis and Dallas that discontinued service in 1952
  • Lone Star (steamer), a steamer that wrecked 6 miles north of Red Fish Bar near Galveston, Texas on September 16, 1865
  • Lone Star (towboat), a wooden hull, steam-powered, paddlewheel towboat dry docked in Le Claire, Iowa; a National Historic Landmark
  • The Lone Star, a barque featured in the Sherlock Holmes story "The Five Orange Pips"

Sports[edit]

  • Austin Lone Stars, a soccer club that competed in the SISL, USISL and United Soccer Leagues from 1987 to 2000
  • Liberia national football team (nicknamed the Lone Stars), the national team of Liberia and is controlled by the Liberia Football Association
  • Lone Star Conference (LSC), a college athletic conference affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II
  • Lone Star Park, a horse racing track located in Grand Prairie, Texas
  • Lonestar Soccer Club, a youth (U8 through U18) soccer club, based in Austin, Texas

Economy[edit]

Military[edit]

Film and TV[edit]

  • "Lone Star", a 1954 episode of Hallmark Hall of Fame
  • Lone Star (1952 film), a 1952 Western film starring Clark Gable, Ava Gardner, Broderick Crawford, Ed Begley, and Lionel Barrymore
  • Lone Star (1996 film), an American mystery film written and directed by John Sayles and set in a small town in Texas
  • Lone Star Productions, a Poverty Row producer of John Wayne westerns in the 1930s
  • Lone Star (TV series), a short-lived American television series for the Fox network
  • Captain Lone Starr, a main protagonist in the 1987 Mel Brooks film Spaceballs
  • KZPS ("Lone Star 92.5"), a radio station serving the Dallas/Fort Worth market in Texas
  • MovieTime (originally named Lonestar), Canadian English language category 2 digital cable specialty channel owned by Canwest Media Inc.

Music[edit]

Albums=[edit]

    • Lonestar (album), the self-titled debut album from the American country music band Lonestar

Symbols[edit]