Tiny Town, Kentucky
Tiny Town is a Todd county community about ten miles south of Elkton at the intersection of US 41 and US 79 and now within the town of Guthrie. It was established sometime after the US highways were built, probably in the 1940s. It is near the location of Graysville or Grays Station, a stage coach stop and inn dating to the early nineteenth century. That was name for John Gray, who owned the stage company. A Graysville post office operated intermittently at several locations in the vicinity from 1832 to 1861.
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