Stagecoach Inn, 1780s, Warrenton

This historic stagecoach inn would have seen lots of business after it was built on the old Milledgeville-Augusta route in the 1780s. I’ve found very little history for such an important survivor, and what I have found seems apocryphal, but as always will update when I learn more. It has been stabilized and restored by its present owners and is now known as the Stagecoach House Events Venue.

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4 responses to “Stagecoach Inn, 1780s, Warrenton

  1. thefrontporchplayers

    The stagecoach house is fantastic! I love your photos!

    Karen Ferrell-White

    On Mon, May 25, 2020 at 5:03 PM Vanishing North Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown wrote:

    > Brian Brown posted: ” This historic stagecoach inn would have seen lots of > business after it was built on the old Milledgeville-Augusta route in the > 1780s. I’ve found very little history for such an important survivor, and > what I have found seems apocryphal, but as always ” >

  2. ELLEN RAMSEY

    I’ve really loved your posts for the last few years. They have reminded me of traveling through the remnants of the antebellum south with my parents as a kid. So much history has been lost. But your posts are kinda hard to access recently. PLEASE ADVISE. Or should I just not follow anymore? Thank you.

    Ellen 🇺🇸

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