Union Station, 1913, Richland

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Since its beautiful restoration, this historic depot has served as Richland’s City Hall and Rail Museum. Originally known as Union Station, it was primarily associated with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. It was used by CSX into the 1980s, and briefly the Georgia Southwestern Railroad.

Richland Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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One response to “Union Station, 1913, Richland

  1. Frank

    Brian.. my daddy is 92 years old and would talk to you about Richland and its early days…….If you are interested let me know…….

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