Tag Archives: North Georgia Board-and-Batten Architecture

Hip-Roof House, Harlem

This is one of several houses in Harlem to feature this style of Folk Victorian porch posts.

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Filed under --COLUMBIA COUNTY GA--, Harlem GA

Warehouse, Clermont

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Old fertilizer signs have replaced the doors in this historic warehouse. A nice lady from city hall noted that this was a popular photo spot in Clermont.

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Filed under --HALL COUNTY GA--, Clermont GA

Central of Georgia Railroad Depot, 1893, Mansfield

mansfield ga central of georgia railroad depot photograph copyright brian brown vanishing north georgia usa 2016

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Filed under --NEWTON COUNTY GA--, Mansfield GA

Board-and-Batten House, Gay

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Filed under --MERIWETHER COUNTY GA--, Gay GA

Board-and-Batten Tenant House, Warren County

Warren County GA Abandoned Tenant Farmhouse Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2016

This tenant house is barely standing, saved temporarily by the posts propped at the front.

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Board-and-Batten Hip Roof House, Warren County

Warren County GA Board and Batten Pyramidal Roof Cabin Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2016

The chimney on this house would suggest an early construction.

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Terrace Inn, 1875, Union Point

Terrace Hotel Inn Union Point GA Railroad Boarding House 1875 Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2015

Union Point Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

Built by James Force Hart and named for the terraced land that separated the hotel from the tracks below, the Terrace Inn was a layover for the many passengers who changed trains in Union Point. It was also a popular resort for people from Savannah, Augusta and Charleston who came to the area to escape summer heat and mosquitoes. It was busy well into the 2oth century but is a private residence today.

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Filed under --GREENE COUNTY GA--, Union Point GA