I'll be in town on business for a couple of days with a car on Friday. I don't think you will find a huge store like Chicagoland in Atlanta, but there are only a few stores to choose from. Memory Station, Legacy Station, and I think one or two more.
When it comes to trains, tots have a one-track mind. Luckily for us, Atlanta has plenty of options for littles who love locomotives. In honor of National Train Day on May 15th, we tracked down ten trains that will blow their stack.
Stupidly, I had a lot of hours to kill before the train. The station is odd, very much a throwback This is not a destination to visit, it should not be on you list of things to see in Atlanta.
Chamblee's Antique Row District is a charming collection of antique stores and resale shops appealing to local Atlanta residents and world wide travelers. Antique Row's cluster of fine shops and dining is always a unique experience with an array of offerings. There's something special about the small-town atmosphere you'll find in Historic Old Chamblee. Journey back to simpler times as you'll browse through the amazing selection of antiques and collectibles offered by our quality dealers.
This line was once an artery for freight and passengers between Atlanta and Knoxville, and the civil engineering the line used is certainly from another era! Watch Video. Buy Tickets.
Posted by Joe Earle Jul 28, Randy Pirkle came across the Southeastern Railway Museum when he was looking for a place to do some volunteer work that would incorporate his love of history. Joe Earle.
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Standing in the Brookwood Hills neighborhood, the depot was conceived as an Italian Renaissance pavilion. Classical features include pilasters, columns and a prominent entablature. First park your car, then pay for parking with the desk clerk inside the hotel.
We started MARTA with a commitment to making public transit a reliable service — one that boosts economic development and enhances the lives of people across Metro Atlanta. They saw it as more than just a way to get people from point A to point B. Conversations changed to action in the s when the Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Study Commission released its report recommending a five-county bus and rail system.