Manassas Depot

The simple board-and-batten depot at Manassas hangs on to existence long after its railroad days ended. The rail line through the tiny town, constructed in the 1880s by the Savannah & Western Railroad, is now operated by the Georgia Central.

Manassas is a town of 96 people in Tattnall County in southeast Georgia. It lies about 50 miles west of Savannah. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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