NAME: Locker
COUNTY: San Saba
CLIMATE: Cold, no show in winter...Hot, humid, rainy in summer
BEST TIME TO VISIT: May, early fall

COMMENTS: Locker used to be a thriving little community. Now there are very few farmers and ranchers. Has a cute little general store, has been closed for years. Easy to get to- take the farm to market road from San Saba to Brownwood. Lovely little country cemetary.

Just a few miles "down the road" from the Regency Bridge. My family still owns Barnett Mountain which has been in the family for 4 generations. Beautiful, peaceful area.
REMAINS: Possibly the general store, not much else.

Used to be a farm and ranch community with doctors, schools, etc. Elementary school closed in the late 50's or early 60's. All school kids go to Richland Springs. The Barnett's, the Taylors, the Wells and several other local families used to populate the area. Submitted by: Karen Lee Stevens

Locker was a thriving community in the early 1890's with several business places. The only business place left 100 years later was the Locker Store run by Stella Till. It was a pretty little rock building. Locker was a farming community, for the most part and folks had to move away to find jobs.The San Saba Mob was prevalent in the area until The Texas Rangers moved in near the Regency Bridge.Today, few homes are evident, but the area is still rich farm land.