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Route Map Griffin, GA to Thomaston, GA

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Griffin, GA


Fair, 15:14

The filming location for parts of the 1994 movie,
The Towaliga River Trestle
Pasture Land
Sixth Street Bridge
Sun City, Peachtree - Entrance
Pool and Clubhouse at Heron Bay
M line at Bill Gardner Pkwy
Heads Creek Reservoir
Orchard Hill, GEORGIA
Rover-Zetella Road, SPALDING COUNTY (GA)
Griffin - Oak Hill Cemetary
Rover-Zetella Road, SPALDING COUNTY (GA)
Wild Plum Road, Spaulding County, GA
Rural Spalding County, GEORGIA
The former Southern Railway's
Interesting roadside decoration from the past.
The old Post Office at Rover.
A rather quiet part of a busy city.
Spalding County Courthouse
M line at Luella
Sun City, Peachtree - Model Home Street
Teamon Road, Georgia
Orchard Hill, GEORGIA
Teamon Road, Henry County, GEORGIA

Thomaston, GA


Fair, 15:14

Golden Splendor
Faithful reflections of Autumn wander along Tobbler Creek.
Late September
The mighty Flint ~ Yellow Jacket Shoals
A visible trace ......
Old slave house.
Weaver Park, Downtown Thomaston, GA
The Rock, GA. Incorporated in 1877. Unincorporated in 1993.
The Rose Hill Mill is a three story frame structure of mortise and tenon construction.  Built in 1859 by Dr. J. W. Herring who named the mill.  In 1887 the property was purchased by Dr. G.W.W.Hannah, a prominent Thomaston physician, and since that time has been known as Hannah's Mill.
Old Silo
Springtime has a magical way of turning all things new.
Cherry blossoms in full bloom along Griffin Avenue.
The Garland House was built in the early 1800's on the western edge of THE ROCK Georgia, with it's dormer windows and original timbers.  The Garlands were famous for breeding racehorses and had their own racetrack which attracted many horse breeders to their annual race track derby.
Old Outhouse from the 1830's.
 Lincoln Park, Georgia.  Here, it's easy to find many shotgun houses all in a row.
The Apollo Inn ~  Abandoned.
Deep within the forest
A little duck of Sunset Village
Georgia Forestry Commission's Fire tower.
 The old site of Martha Mills, a branch of the B.F. Goodrich Company tire manufacturers.  The mill represented one of the world's largest plants for the exclusive manufacture of tire cord.  With 135,000 spindles in operation, 325 bales of cotton were used daily.
Mack's Mountain in the fall
MEMORIES OF LOGTOWN.  The southeastern section of Upson County was one of the first to be settled, and was once one of the wealthiest, most cultural areas in Upson.  Logtown road from the town of Yatesville to Highway 19 near Flint river was the main artery of travel through many plantation with their two story, rather elegant homes for this period.  Logtown was a prosperous trading center and the home of many prominent Georgia families - Kendall, Cunningham, Respress, Birdsong, Atwater, Hightow
Shotgun house.  Home of Mrs. Frances Walker for over 70 years.  It has been moved from it's original location and is now an African-American Museum.  It contains furniture and artifacts illustrating the lives of african-americans in Thomaston Georgia.
Old Gas Station on Pickard Road.
Surely God is in this place. . .
The remains of an old railroad bed, illuminated by the joyful arrival of Spring.
The Shoals Spider Lily ~ Hymenocallis coronaria ~ is found in the shallow, fast flowing water of river shoals along the fall line in South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama.  These large showy white flowers only bloom from Mid-May through Early June
An old railroad trestle ~ still active.
The Robertson House at 308 South Green Street is an excellent example of a well-kept early Georgian Colonial type house, with it's two-story frame structure and white columns with balcony.  The site was the home of Susan P. Hartsfield, wife of W.H. Hartsfield, pioneer citizen of Thomaston.  It was later purchased in 1860 by Edmond B. Atwater, and in the 1880's was bought by Dr. Alfred H. Black, who added the second story and built the stables and cook's cottage, which are still standing in the r
There is beauty in every leaf

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