Historic Rail Depots of Georgia
Beginning in 1828, Georgia planned for the coming of the railroad. At the start of the Civil War, with more than 1200 miles of track laid, Georgia's rail infrastructure was the most developed in the Deep South. Railroads played an important role in the development and economic advances of the 20th century.

Today, railroad depots reflect on a time when steam, and later diesel, locomotives built the land.
Rome Depot
Railroad depot

Ringgold Depot
Antebellum Railroad depot on the Western and Atlantic Railroad, now home to the Ringgold Opry

Cartersville Depot
Western and Atlantic Railroad Depot

Dalton W&A Depot
Western & Atlantic Railroad depot, now home to the Dalton Depot Restaurant

Adairsville Depot
Railroad Station now a Georgia Welcome Center

Tybee Depot
Historic railroad depot from Tybee Island, Georgia

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