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. 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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    • Ellen- Could you be more specific as to your difficulty. Ads are part of the experience, and I know this is frustrating to some. Anything else, I’ll do my best to address. I truly appreciate your following the site for so long and hope we can resolve the issue.

  2. 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 ” >

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