Central of Georgia Depot, 1890, Montezuma

montezuma ga central of georgia depot photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2016

After falling into disuse after passenger service ended in the early 1970s, the depot was used as a warehouse for a number of  years. In 1980, it was donated to the Macon County Historical society, and in 2002 architect W. Lane Greene completed a rehabilitation of the property, which is now home to the Macon County Historical Museum.

National Register of Historic Places


Filed under --MACON COUNTY GA--, Montezuma GA

3 responses to “Central of Georgia Depot, 1890, Montezuma


    There are many depots left in GA and photos of many can be found on Pinterest. Worth a look !

  2. Victor McGough

    I have been through Montezuma several times on my way to Andersonville. My aunt in Lilly worked in Montezuma for a company that made clothes I believe. I use to watch the trains on Central Of GA when my other aunt lived in Macon. Thanks again for all the memories.

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