The Salty Dawg Saloon
The Salty Dawg started out as one of the first cabins built in 1897, soon after Homer became a town site. It served as the first post office, a railroad station, a grocery store, and a coal mining office for twenty years. In 1909 a second building was constructed, and it served as a school house, post office, grocery store. And at one time, it housed three adults and eleven children.
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Salty Dawg Saloon Exterior
Stand in front of the sign and get a picture in front of this popular establishment.
Salty Dawg Saloon Interior
The interior of The Salty Dawg Saloon is covered in dollars pinned to the door and walls. It has great wood tables and looks exactly like you would image this old saloon to look like!
Salty Dawg Saloon Details
This unique building has so many features that are photo worthy. Just pick a feature that stands out to you and photograph away!!
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