The Seabord Savanna-Americus Railway Depot at Fort Davis in southern Macon County Alabama is characteristic of small town railroad stations constructed across the South at the turn of the 20th century. The simple wooden structure with board-and-batten siding was built in 1904 to replace an 1892 depot, which had burned. In the 1970s the Seabord System discontinued service to Fort Davis and gave the depot to the Fort Davis Historical Group. A decade later the railroad tracks through town were removed, leaving the quaint station isolated from its original purpose. (Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation, Places in Peril Report).
Anyone looking for a small depot to handle commerce on their layout will appreciate its charming appeal.
It will require about 1 7/8 x 3 1/4 inches of space on your layout.
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Ft Davis Railroad Depot