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terminal station macon, georgia

terminal station, macon, georgia, is a railroad station that was built in 1916, and is located on 5th st. at the end of cherry st. it was designed by architect alfred t. fellheimer 1875–1959 , prominent for his design of grand central terminal in new york city in 1903. the station building is part of the macon historic district, which is listed on the national register of historic places.

peachtree station

it was the first time in atlanta's railroad history that it was only served by just one train. southern finally got out of the passenger business in 1979 and turned the crescent over to amtrak. southern then leased peachtree station to amtrak, a lease maintained after southern merged into norfolk southern.

five points station

five points is a metro station of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system in atlanta, georgia. it is the transfer point for all rail lines and serves as the main transportation hub for marta. it provides access to station soccer, the five points business district, underground atlanta, city hall, the richard b. russell federal building, cobb community transit .

lakewood/fort mcpherson station

lakewood / fort mcpherson is an embankment rail station in atlanta and east point, georgia, serving the red and gold lines of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. it has an island platform between two tracks. it opened on december 15, 1984. the set up for this station is like many on the east-west line.

edgewood/candler park station

edgewood / candler park is a train station in atlanta, georgia, on the blue line of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. it is also a part-time terminus station on marta's green line.the station opened on june 30, 1979. this station was proposed to be the final connecting point between the eastbound train now known as blue line and proctor creek lines now .

doraville station

doraville is a train station in doraville, georgia, and the northern terminus on the gold line of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. doraville serves as the ground for the doraville rail yard for the gold line, with a capacity of 30 rail cars. this station mainly serves doravile and certain communities in gwinnett county.

hamilton e. holmes station

hamilton e. holmes, also known as h.e. holmes, is a metro station in atlanta, georgia, the western terminus for the blue line in the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. this is one of the busiest stations in the marta system, handling an average of 22,000 boardings per weekday.

terminal station atlanta

terminal station was the larger of two principal train stations in downtown atlanta, union station being the other. opening in 1905, terminal station served southern railway, seaboard air line, central of georgia including the nancy hanks to savannah , and the atlanta and west point.

list of railroads in georgia u.s. state

list of railroads in georgia u.s. state jump to navigation jump to search. the . atlanta streetcar; defunct railroads name mark system from to successor notes .

east lake station

east lake is a transit station in atlanta and decatur, georgia, serving the blue line of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. it has a tracks in each direction serving an island platform. when the station entered service on june 30, 1979, the opening ceremony took place in the south parking lot.

metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority

the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta, / ˈ m ɑːr t ə / is the principal public transport operator in the atlanta metropolitan area.formed in 1971 as strictly a bus system, marta operates a network of bus routes linked to a rapid transit system consisting of 48 miles 77 km of rail track with 38 train stations.it is the eighth-largest rapid transit system in the united .

atlanta union station 1930

the union station built in 1930 in atlanta was the smaller of two principal train stations in downtown, terminal station being the other the latter served southern railway, seaboard air line, central of georgia including the nancy hanks to savannah , and the atlanta and west point .

bankhead station

bankhead is a train station in atlanta, georgia, the western terminus of the green line in the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. the bankhead marta station is located in the grove park neighborhood due to a recent neighborhood expansion. this station primarily serves the neighborhoods of grove park, bankhead, west lake, howell station, and other westside residents.

atlanta union station 1853

atlanta's first union station, also known as union depot 1853–1864 was the original depot of atlanta, georgia. it was designed by architect edward a. vincent . it stood in the middle of state square , the city's main square at the time, where wall street now is between pryor street and central avenue.

garnett station

garnett is a rail station in atlanta, georgia, on the red and gold lines of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. it has an island platform between two tracks. this station has three levels. it was opened on december 4, 1981. the upper level has an entrance from the street and a mezzanine that is about 3/4 the length of the platform below.

inman park/reynoldstown station

inman park / reynoldstown is a train station in atlanta, georgia, serving the blue line of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. it also serves part-time on the green, and has two side platforms and two tracks.this station opened june 30, 1979. the station primarily serves the communities of inman park and reynoldstown and is located near the edgewood retail .

dome/gwcc/philips arena/cnn center station

dome/gwcc/philips arena/cnn center station is a rail station in atlanta, georgia, on the blue and green lines of the metropolitan atlanta rapid transit authority marta rail system. located on the western edge of downtown atlanta, the station officially opened on december 22, 1979.

georgia rail passenger program

in april 2006, a line was slipped into the state budget forbidding the georgia department of transportation gdot from spending any funds on commuter rail without direct approval from the general assembly. rail advocates saw that as a last-minute sabotage of the program, as the general assembly only meets for 40 days once a year.

reynoldstown, atlanta

reynoldstown is a historic district and intown neighborhood on the near east side of atlanta, georgia located only 2 miles from downtown. the neighborhood is gentrifying and attracting new families, empty-nesters, atlantans opposed to long commutes; as well as diverse culture of first-time homebuyers, single professionals, artist and students due to its close proximity to other nearby intown .