I’m not sure if this was a store or a community house but I understand that it has been recently restored. Other than a mid-century post office, now abandoned and replaced by a newer structure on Highway 80, this is the only public building I found in Dry Branch. A portion of Dry Branch is located in Bibb County, but I believe this is in Twiggs County.
This was probably a small store in addition to being a filling station.
Waynesboro Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
I’m unsure if this was always known as Hawe’s Grocery; it was likely a general store when built in 1893.
I’ve been unable to find a date for this depot. I’ll update with more information when I can locate it.
This is presently home to the Ware Visiting Nurses Service, but Tom Chandler notes that it was originally the Timber Protection Organization (TPO) office.