Langtry, Texas is a town in west Texas, but just barely. In the early 1900s it was a busy place as they built the railroad nearby. Today it is a post office and the Judge Roy Bean Visitor Center (detailed on another posting).
Most of the buildings in the area have been abandoned.
Those that remain have a sense of humor, as evidenced by a sign pointing toward the Rio Grande that says ‘Mexico’ this way.
The town does have a beautiful view of the Rio Grande Valley, and the cliffs and caverns across in Mexico.
And with that we took the lonely road west.
2 thoughts on “Langtry, Texas – May 2019 – Views of a (Mostly Former) Town”
I can’t believe you didn’t post a picture of Judge Roy Bean’s “Jersey Lilly,” saloon and Courthouse!
I did – it has it’s own posting.