Greensboro Depot

The finest surviving Georgia Railroad depot stands at Greensboro. Built in 1917, it was designed by S.R. (Samuel Rollo) Young, an engineering graduate of Lehigh University who went on to serve various senior management roles at the railroad, including its affiliates Atlanta & West Point and Western Railway of Alabama.

In 2003, when this photo was made, the depot was used for storage by a farm supplies store.

Georgia Archives has the architectural plans for the building online here.

Greensboro, a city of 3,300 people, is the county seat of Greene County in northeast Georgia. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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