Crawfordville Depot

Crawfordville depot, front

The Georgia Railroad depot at Crawfordville, built sometime around 1890, is privately owned. Largely unused and a bit dilapidated, it stands on Commerce Street beside the tracks.

Crawfordville depot, street side

Crawfordville is a town of 542 in northeast Georgia. It is the county seat of Taliaferro County.

Crawfordville depot, mural on rear wall shows "Last Supper" with sign reading "Jesus Saves"

Fading mural on the rear of the depot.

Crawfordville depot, front view, February 2003

(This photo: February 2003. First three photos: June 2006.) Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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