Cornelia Depot

Cornelia's 1914 Southern Railway depot, closed by the railroad in the late 1960s, is now a museum. It was rehabilitated in the mid-2000s; work included adding a red tile roof similar to the original. (2004 photo).

An old postcard shows the depot in the steam train era.

Cornelia is the home of the Big Red Apple. (2007 photo)

(2007 photo)

The depot in 2003.


Cornelia is a city of 4,184 in Habersham County in north Georgia. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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