The Iron Horse is located NE of the Curtis Sand Pit  and Oconee
River on GA Highway 15. Depending on the time of year, it is
surrounded by corn, red clover, winter rye or freshly plowed field.

The Horse is a 10-foot-high, one-ton abstract sculpture crafted in
iron by University of Georgia artist Abbott Pattison in 1954. It was
loaned to an agricultural professor who placed in the middle of a
field on his farm.
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From Metro Atlanta, go north on I-85, then east on GA 316 into
Barrow County. Turn right on GA HWY 53 (there is a large water tower at
this intersection), cross into Oconee County, and continue past US 78.
Approximately 5 miles after US 78, you will pass Briarwood Baptist Church
on the left, then go about 0.5 miles and turn right on Union Church Road.

At the dead-end in Bishop, turn left on GA 186, then immediately right onto
US 441.

In Bishop, turn left on Astondale Road.
At stop sign, turn right on Colham Ferry Road.
Proceed straight for 5.2 miles, and turn left on Jerusalem Road
Coyote Creek Farm is the second unpaved drive on the left -
1371 on mailbox.
The Iron Horse
In Bishop, turn left on Astondale Road.
At stop sign, turn right on Colham Ferry Road.
Proceed straight for 5.2 miles, and turn left on Jerusalem Road
Coyote Creek Farm is the second unpaved drive on the left -
1371 on mailbox.

From Madison, GA, go north on US 441 into Bishop, turn
right on Astondale Rd. and proceed with the previous directions.

From Greensboro, GA, go north on GA 15 into Oconee
County. You will drive through the Oconee National Forest, and
will pass the iron horse on the right (if he is taller than the
crops!).
Go about 5 miles and you will see a small country church on the
right. Just past the church, Turn left on Antioch Church Road,
then Left  on Watson Springs Rd, the first road on the Left.
Then turn right on Jerusalem Rd, the first road on the Right.
The farm is on the right just past Carson Graves Road, 1371.