Fort Warren (3)

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Fort Warren (3) (1777-1779) - A Revolutionary War militia fort established in 1777 in Rutland County, Vermont. Named for Colonel Guideon Warren of Tinmouth, Colonel in the 5th Regiment of Vermont Militia. Abandoned sometime in 1779.

Fort Warren State Marker
Fort Warren Stone Site Marker (really hard to read)
Fort Warren Stone Site Marker Location at Main St. and East Hubberton Road


Built between 2 Apr 1779 and 14 May 1779 at Castleton as a new fort expanding the western flank of the defended frontier.

Current Status

Markers only, the actual site on private property in Rutland County, Vermont.

Location: Map point is the marker location at the intersection of Main St. and
East Hubberton Road just south of exit 5 on US 4.

Maps & Images

Lat: 43.61397 Long: -73.16615

  • Multi Maps from ACME
  • Maps from Bing
  • Maps from Google
  • Elevation: .....'

GPS Locations:

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Fortification ID:

  • VT0052 - Fort Warren (3)

Visited: 13 Jul 2012

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