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Sharpsburg

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In a Nutshell

Sharpsburg, Georgia, is a small rural incorporated village located in the east-central portion of Coweta County, which is in the west-central section of the Georgia Piedmont. The town is some six highway miles from the Coweta County boundary with Fayette County along Line Creek to the north and east.

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Having an average elevation of 900′ Mean Sea Level, Sharpsburg is situated on a small, rolling plateau which exists in the southeastern quadrant of Coweta County. Although the terrain is not level, it is not as rugged as much of the surrounding areas which display typical Piedmont characteristics.

The Scene

Walkers Welcome! Several locations in Sharpsburg and Coweta County have been prominantly featured in the hit TV series on AMC – The Walking Dead. Our small town can be seen through out Season 2 of the show. Explore our Walking Dead photo gallery here. Learn more about the filming locations in Sharpsburg and the surrounding area below. The Carriage Bar In episodes eight and nine of the second season, Rick and Glenn travel to a bar, in town near Hershel’s barn, to retrieve Hershel who had gone missing. After retrieving Hershel, the group is set upon by some strangers causing a shootout with the strangers as well as fending off walkers to save their lives.

The Backstory

The community of Sharpsburg was originally founded in 1825, but was not incorporated until December 13, 1871. The original city limits were circular with a quarter mile radius extending from the former depot of the Savannah, Griffin, and North Alabama Railroad which is now the Central of Georgia Railroad. This depot no longer stands, as it gradually deteriorated following the demise of the railroad’s passenger service. Sharpsburg was named for a Judge Elias Sharp who owned one of the first homes in Sharpsburg and helped incorporate the community.

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