Georgia Bulldogs “Barn” Sign, Peacocks Crossing

Georgia Bulldogs Barn Sign Abandoned Store Peacock's Crossing GA Washington County Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

This old store at Peacock’s Crossing features regularly updated murals about the Georgia Bulldogs. Some are good and some are bad, depending on your perspective. [This one complains about the effectiveness of the University of Georgia’s head football coach Mark Richt. The artists obviously love the Bulldogs and think they could do better. No matter your loyalties, I think they make a valid point]. I photographed this one in 2011…and Vanishing South Georgia follower Brandylynn Landers assures me it’s still there. In fact, it has its own Facebok fan page. How cool is that?!

Georgia Bulldogs UGA Football Barn Sign Landmark Abandoned Store Peacock's Crossing GA Washington County Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

https://www.facebook.com/ugafootballbarnsign

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4 responses to “Georgia Bulldogs “Barn” Sign, Peacocks Crossing

  1. Shawn

    I hope “barn” is still standing; it brings back so many warm memories. When my family allowed me to take a car to UGA, I’d pass this place on my way to and from Athens. The messages were always supportive and spot on, just like the one above. I was searching for “UGA football art” which lead me to the picture and this site. You’ve got a great eye sir and I must agree with the gents who painted this message. I really hope Richt figures it out quickly.

  2. Josh Norris

    Still there. Saying thanks Aaron.

  3. It is definitely still there and is updated frequently. Go DAWGS!

  4. Janet

    It was still standing this past July.

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