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Heritage Park, McDonough, Georgia, USA 1
Georgia, USA
129 acres in McDonough, Heritage Park includes The Barn, a 100-year-old corn crib , a community garden, an 1827 settler's log cabin, two-room schoolhouse, a cookhouse, the first library building in Henry County, and a 1934 steam engine locomotive, senior center and library.
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