The Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic RR passenger station as seen in Bessemer, AL. The freight portion of the station was torn down years ago.
I'm told the two story building next to the A,B&A station was originally the Railroad Men's Hotel. These buildings are at the corner of 19th Street and 1st Ave. in Bessemer, AL.
In Piedmont, AL, this original Selma, Rome & Dalton RR Depot is now being
used as a museum
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The Amtrak Station in Tuscaloosa, AL is housed in the former Southern Rwy. station in downtown.
This GREAT looking L&N Depot sits right next to the river in Tuscaloosa, AL and is privatly owned.
The Northport, AL GM&O Depot has been recently refurbished and sits just across the river from Tuscaloosa, AL.
This GM&O Depot in Centreville, AL now sits beside the High Schools Football Field in town.
A Central of Georgia coaling tower still stands tall in Unions Springs.
A nicely restored L&N Freight Depot stands just a few blocks North of the SOU Depot in Anniston, AL.
A huge shame in this State is the very old L&N Union Depot in Anniston, AL. This depot is in deplorable condition, this being the only shot I could take of it due to the vegetation around the building.
A few blocks North of the L&N Passenger Depot in Athens, AL is this fine example of a L&N Freight Depot.
This nicely restored
Illinois Central Depot in Brilliant, AL now sits at the local sports park and houses a mining museum.
This depot in Florence, AL is in a bad shape of repair and is for sale at the current time.
The L&N Freight Depot sits adjacent to the Passenger Depot in Hartselle, AL.
The Selma, Rome & Dalton Depot in Jacksonville, AL. This depot is in the process of being refurbished by the City.
The Southern Rwy. Depot in Kennedy, AL seems to be in very good condition as seen on
The Oneonta, AL L&N Depot sits at the local sports field.
This depot in Ragland, AL sits on the current ATN mainline through town.
St. Clair County
This AT&N Depot in
Reform, AL is in very bad shape and needs some TLC.
A NC&StL Depot still stands in Toney, AL on Old Railroad Bed Road.
Built in 1903 with an addition in 1916, this fine looking Alabama Midland Railroad Depot in Enterprise, AL now houses a great museum.
The Vicksburg & Brunswick Depot, built in 1872, in downtown Eufaula, AL.
This photo of the Brewton, AL depot was taken in 1973.
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This great photo shows the Central of Georgia Depot in Camp Hill, AL.
The Childersburg, AL Southern Railway Depot is seen at Childersburg, AL. The Central of Georgia's Alabama Division Birmingham District Main is seen in the background.
The Central of Georgia Depot in Dadeville, AL is seen in this historic photograph.
The Union Springs Depot is
seen from the lens of
T. W. Soloman in this undated photo.
Rick Perry owns this unique Central of Georgia Depot in Hurtsboro, AL. This is actually a former Mobile & Girard Railroad structure later merged into the CofGa system.
A SAL Depot still in
Hurtsboro, AL stands in its original location to this day. Privatly owned, the depot does need some work done to it.
A SAL Depot is seen in its original position in Fort Davis, AL along side Highway 29.
A small little station was built in Atmore, AL when the Amtrak Gulf Breeze came into existence.
The L&N Depot in Foley, AL was the end of the line of that branched off of the
M&M Subdivision in up in Bay Minette North of here.
This depot seen in Calera, AL at the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum came from Woodlawn just East of downtown Birmingham, AL.
The Three Notch Railroad Museum is housed in this great depot in Andalusia, AL