Reynolds was settled in 1853, but there is some confusion about its namesake. Various sources list Georgia Governor John Reynolds, L. C. Reynolds, and the railroad superintendent at the time of the town’s founding as possibilities. Today, Reynolds, which hosts the Georgia Strawberry Festival the 4th weekend in April each year, is a nice diversion from the Fall Line Freeway.
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This is now used as the Steel Horse Music Hall & Barbecue, a performance space/restaurant. It was obviously a warehouse in its first incarnation; it sits beside the railroad line.
The old freight door (above) takes on new life; the windows (below) remain fairly authentic.
The office door, seen below, was my favorite feature of the building.