Seaboard's freight depot was in a building shared with the Gainesville Midland. Torn down in the 1980s, it stood on Broad Street at Foundry Street on the site now occupied by the rear of the Athens Banner-Herald building.
The Georgia Railroad depot, a combination freight and passenger station built in the 1880s on the east side of downtown, burned in 1985. The depot and the railroad's terminal yard were in the block now bounded by E. Broad, Willow, and Foundry streets (between the North Oconee River and the Classic Center). The site is now occupied by the Athens Multimodal Transportation Center.
Up the hill towards downtown was the Central of Georgia freight depot, also now gone. It sat just east of the intersection of Foundry Street and East Washington Street. The Central's passenger depot sat in a triangle formed by Mitchell Street and the existing railroad (between UGA's North Parking Deck and the Hodgson Oil Building). It burned in 1980.