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Building Name

​Old Florida Georgia and Alabama Railroad Depot

Historic District

Richland Historic District


Old Florida Georgia and Alabama Railroad Depot Richland GA

The depot, built in the late 1800s, was vacated by CSX Transportation in the 1980s, but then was operated by Georgia Southwestern Railroad. It has been closed more than a decade. It is owned by the Georgia Department of Transportation, which leases the building to the town of Richland for $1 a year.

The historic Richland Depot, which once served as a hub for railway traffic moving north, south, east and west through southwest Georgia, has undergone extensive renovation and l opened as a Railroad Museum, Richland City Hall and a Welcome Center. The restoration work was designed by Bruce Jennings, a Dalton architect, who specializes in historic restoration.

Contributing Building - Richland Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS #86001021

Latitude, Longitude

32.08981111, -84.66530000

Rights Statement


Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.,Lance Taylor,Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Richland train depot; Georgia Southwestern Railroad; Renovation; Railroad Museum; Richland City hall; Historic district; Stewart County (Ga.); Railroad depots --- Georgia --- Richland.


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