Ellijay Depot

The former Louisville & Nashville depot in Ellijay, built in 1912, is a picturesque wood-frame structure similar to others along the "Hook and Eye" line. No longer in railroad use, it currently houses a local business. The tracks, to the left of this photograph, are in occasional use by the Georgia Northeastern Railroad.

Ellijay, the county seat of Gilmer County in the north Georgia mountains, is a city of 1,600.

Above, an older photo of the depot. (Photo by Leamon Scott)


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