Farm to Market Road 64

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FM 64 begins at Ladonia in southeast Fannin County and leads east as the main route into Delta County. Totaling 18.31 miles, FM 64 takes a stair stepped route southeast from Pecan Gap to connect farming communities with the county seat of Cooper. The highway concludes at SH 24 Business in Cooper.

FM 64 East
FM 64 east at FM 904 north. FM 904 connects rural portions of Hunt, Delta and Fannin Counties with U.S. 82 near Honey Grove. Photo taken September 2005.
FM 64 West
FM 64 branches northwest from SH 24 Business (Dallas Avenue) west of Downtown Cooper and quickly intersects the SH 24 bypass of the city. Photo taken September 2005.
Entering the rural city of Pecan Gap, FM 64 follows 6th Street north to 3rd Street (FM 128). Photo taken September 2005.
This region of Texas has a well developed FM system. Pictured here is the west end of FM 128, which follows the Sulphur River valley northeast to the unincorporated community of Ben Franklin. Photo taken September 2005.
3rd Street leads FM 64 northwest to Main Street at the city center of Pecan. With a population of around 2000, Pecan Gap is the second largest community in Delta County. Photo taken September 2005.



Photo Credits:

September 2005 by Justin Cozart

Page Updated 01-25-2018.