Macon, Dublin & Savannah Railroad Depot, Circa 1902, Tarrytown

The date I have given for the depot is an assumption based on the fact that the Macon, Dublin & Savannah didn’t complete their Vidalia segment until 1901-02. The diminutive size of this structure would suggest it was more likely used for freight than passengers. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur White were responsible for restoring the depot, in 2011.

2 thoughts on “Macon, Dublin & Savannah Railroad Depot, Circa 1902, Tarrytown

  1. Victor McGough

    My Uncle Bob use to tell me that the real name of the MD&S Railroad was Make a Day and Stop. I believe the MD&S became part of the Seaboard system at some point.

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  2. William H Hooks

    Thank you Brian for the Photos, these bring back many Memories. I spent a lot of time in Tarrytown with Family

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