Built in 1831 as the Logan Inn, this historic Inn and Saloon became the popular Stage Coach stop for passengers traveling west. Logan Inn (now called Broad River Inn) became part of the two major stage coach lines. The Great Western Stage line (1839-1852) and the United States Mail Line (1859-1875). A stagecoach is so called because it travels in segments or “stages” of 10 to 15 miles. At a stage stop, usually a coaching inn, horses would be changed and travelers would have a meal or a drink, or stay overnight.