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An unexpected splash of color
An old favorite at sunset
The old Yatesville train depot was built either by the Atlanta & Florida Railroad or by the Southern Railway Company after the Southern bought the line in 1895.
Along Railroad Street
The old Sanders home place, built in the 1800's. ~ Once a hotel.
Withered and left behind
The remains of the old trestle crossing Tobler Creek, Yatesville, GA.
Obscuring the night
Marcus Kelly came to Thomaston in 1895 to work in the buggy factory. He married Lillie Jackson in 1900 and built this home for her on East Thomaston Street. Kelley lived here until his death.
Welcome to Yatesville
By the 1940's, Yatesville had declined as a trade town, but Herron's Grocery store was still open for business. Today this is all that remains.
Old water tower off of Railroad Street
Crossing Tobler Creek ~ Since it was an East to West line, many creeks were crossed. The M & B involved over 70 individual trestles. It ran from December of 1888 to November of 1922. Peaches and cotton were the main commodities hauled, and it was strictly a seasonal operation.
Near the old Tin Huts
Skipping rocks and making memories
Still standing proud.
The remains of an old tenant's house from FRUIT HILL FARMS, Yatesville, Ga. A.D. Williams was known as the leading peach grower in the U.S. when he ran this peach farm in the 1930's. He never produced a crop that graded lower than U.S. #1.
Baby Bones.... all grown up
Trees along East Gordon
The crystal clear waters of Double Branch Springs.
Nestled high up in the trees
"DRIPPING ROCK." For a thousand feet there is a granite wall with many outcroppings of layered rock, some more than 50ft. in height. Many small, crystal clear springs issue out between the layers of rock and flow across the road below. This fault in the granite strata extends across the bed of the flint river into Meriwether County and causes many shoals and ripples in the river that can be seen clearly when the river is low and clear.
The voice of the Lord is upon the waters ....... Psalms 29:3
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