Coldspring has had several other names during its lifetime, including Cookskin, Fireman’s Hill and Cold Spring. In 1870 with the establishment of San Jacinto County, Cold Spring became the county seat. The first courthouse burned and the current courthouse was built in 1915.
Heinz and Brooke were working the start table.
Former Laurel Hill Baptist Church, renamed First Baptist when it moved to this location.
Sign says “Almost Heaven”, home built in 1890.
Volksmarchers doing the walk.
House where the playhouse was located.
1936 Centennial County Marker
San Jacinto County Courthouse
Coldspring United Methodist Church: The sanctuary, which is still used today, was erected in 1858.
McClanahan-Trapp House circa 1880
Old county jail is now a museum. Some claim it is haunted.
New Waverly School circa 1921 was moved here.
300 Year Old Oak
Old town Coldspring
Looks like a camel to me.
Urbana RR Depot moved here.
Carol and Ed waiting for me to finish taking pictures and catch up.
Tulip Tree on the courthouse lawn.
Bonnie, Helen and Heidi working to get ready for the TVA meeting.
Cookies for the meeting attendees.