Wrightsville & Tennille Depot, Circa 1887, Wrightsville

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This important shortline depot was restored by the community in the mid-1990s, and is now used by the local Chamber of Commerce.

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It was updated with a coat of red paint sometime in 2015 or 2016.

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2 responses to “Wrightsville & Tennille Depot, Circa 1887, Wrightsville

  1. Roger Baskin

    My grandfather, John Holmes Baskin, was the stationmaster in Wrightsville in the 1950’s (maybe late 1940’s) until mid-1960’s. I inherited the last pocket watch he used, a Hamilton Railway Special, 992B. He lived at the corner of Court and Kennedy Streets.

  2. william b. thomas

    Great shot of Wrightsville depot. Do you have anthing for the depot at “Bartow”

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