I am a Texan. When I hear USS Texas, I think of BB-35.
Located at the San Jacinto Battleground, just east of Houston is the last of the dreadnaughts, the Battleship Texas.
Texas was armed with 10 14-inch guns in five turrets.
Inside the number 1 turret.
Texas' secondary armament was originally 21 5-inch guns in casemates on the side of the hull. In 1927 the number of 5-inch guns was reduced to 6 and they were relocated to the "air-castles" on the second deck.
Looking aft, you can see rear-most 5-inch gun of the air-castle.
Looking forward, you can see Texas' anti_aircraft armament of 3-inch guns, 40mm cannon and 20mm cannon. The saw-toothed shape of the hull is due to the original placement of the 5-inch guns. The gun director can be seen at the right edge of the frame.
One of the 3-inch AA guns with the San Jacinto Monument in the background.
The armored conning tower was hit by a 240mm German shell in 1944 killing the helmsman and wounding 10 others.
The galley was located on deck, just forward of the number 3 turret. Texas was the first Navy ship to have electric ovens.