Glendale Stagecoach Inn on Beaver Creek

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Glendale Stagecoach Inn


John Mc Clure was an early settler on Beaver Creek. He built this two-story stone building in 1868, on the east bank of middle Beaver Creek. It was used as a stagecoach stop for mail carriers and weary travelers, and included a hotel, restaurant, corrals, and gardens. It has been known by various names through the years:
the Mc Clure House, Glendale House, and the Stagecoach Inn. Its ruins still stand to this day, east of Penrose, on Beaver Creek.

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