Marker Advocates of Tobyhanna Township

HATT | PO Box 2084 | Pocono Pines, PA 18350-2084


The Stagecoach Inn
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COMMEMORATES: The Stagecoach Inn had a significant impact in the early history of Tobyhanna Township, serving many local residents and travelers.

INSCRIPTION: A log-framed inn served travelers on Sullivan Road, circa 1850. Rooms, food and drink were available. It also housed church services and a post office for the town, then known as Tompkinsville. Operated by Frederick P. Miller and his son Timothy, the inn had a kitchen, dining room, barroom, parlor, and six bedrooms. Later enlarged and used as a 2-family home, the inn was deemed unsafe and demolished in 2000.

MARKER DEDICATED: September 3, 2016

SPONSOR: 2016 | Lake Naomi Club

LOCATION: In Pocono Pines, on Route 423 between Firehouse Road and the Stone Arch Bridge, at the gazebo.

COORDINATES: 41° 06' 29.6"N 75° 28' 27.6"W
or 41.108216, –75.474336

GPS ADDRESS: 107 Pennsylvania 423, Pocono Pines, PA 18350


About the Tobyhanna Township Roadside Marker Program

The Tobyhanna Township Roadside Historical Marker Program is a community-wide, volunteer effort spearheaded by the Marker Advocates of Tobyhanna Township (MATT).

MATT is a nonprofit association dedicated to this program. Volunteers serving in committees seek the funding, research and write the text, install the markers, arrange for a public dedication and establish a long-term awareness campaign through a touring map and a web site.

Be part of our heritage — Donate an historical marker

  • Through identification of the important facets of our rich history ... existing and lost landmarks, important events and activities, and our people, we will realize the goal of a community-wide network of roadside historical markers. Our community can now and for future decades and generations appreciate our heritage.
  • Each roadside historical marker will ensure the preservation of our local history and heritage, while providing an important educational opportunity that is accessible to the public, free of charge.
  • This program will build community pride while enhancing “heritage tourism,” recognized as a strong and desirable sector of our economy.
Sponsors donating the full cost of a marker are permanently recognized on the bottom of the marker. Additional appreciation is shared with the community through a public dedication ceremony, as well as a touring map, web site and other materials.

For more information on becoming a sponsor:

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