Woodstock Depot

Woodstock depot, spring 2015.

Woodstock's former Louisville & Nashville Railroad depot was built in 1912. It was acquired by the city in 1968 and used as city hall until 1982. After a time serving as a community center, it was rehabilitated with federal Transportation Enhancement funds and now houses a restaurant.


The photos below show the depot in 2004, when it was used as a community center, and before a large new retail and condominium development was built beside it.

Woodstock is a city of 24,350 in southern Cherokee County, about 30 miles north of Atlanta.

More info on the depot at Cherokee County Historical Society.


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