Isn't that the truth? Very surprising. If the city knew the age and historic value, they might consider preserving these remnants like other cities have done, such as Montgomery and Columbus.
This is near the site where Chehaw Station was located. The Tuskegee Railroad met up with the mainline here.
Don't have any of Greenwood right now, but I am adding photos of alot of places when I get the time.
Thanks for the photos John,
Making me laugh thinking about all the things that we did there.
I was told by a local that this was the depot. It had a longer platform that extended on the track side.
The Birmingham & Southeastern Railroad ran from Union Springs to Eclectic, Alabama until it went out of business when the Great Depression hit. The original line ran to from Union Springs to Fort Davis, Alabama when it was called the Union Springs & Northern Railroad.
Who pulled the plug on Big Lake?