Salty, Texas, located in southern Milam County, was settled in 1860 and was named after nearby Salty Creek.
All that remains of Salty, Texas today is a cemetery, a church and a community center.
The Salty Community Church building was rebuilt in 1950 and has displayed a historical marker out-front since 1971.
Salty, Texas was established in the 1860s and was named after a nearby creek, Salty Creek. A post office was established in 1894 but closed 15 years later in 1909. After WW2 the schools closed and all that remains of Salty, Texas today is a cemetery, a church and a community center.
Support Old Sad Songs Photography
Your support makes it possible to take you to forgotten places with film photography, to share the backstories of those forgotten places with you and to also provide you with quality content on topics relevant to photographers of all skillsets. A little generosity goes a long way here.
Further, you can provide more support by using one of these affiliate links for your next purchase:
- Check out Adorama's Deal of the Day.
- Get up to 20% off Regular Priced Used Photography Equipment at KEH.
Thank you for supporting Old Sad Songs Photography!