Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive

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  • Collection: Atlanta History Center: Kenan Research Center

This is a photo of the home of Joseph Thompson, a prominent figure in early Atlanta history. He built his family home along Peachtree Street, on the outskirts of the city. The site is now home to the Brookwood Train Station.

This photo shows the destruction of Ponce de Leon Ballpark and the wreckage from it.

This photo shows Earl Mann, the last owner of the Atlanta Crackers, in Ponce de Leon Ballpark.

View of passengers loading onto a six-car street car train on Capitol Avenue, bound for the Cotton States and International Exposition at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.

A pool of water has accumulated in the abandoned Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill

Street scene showing the Ford Factory, and the Sears and Roebuck distribution center on Ponce De Leon Ave.

A decaying sign in the middle of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill advertises Coca Cola and home cooked meals.

This photo shows derelict railroad tracks winding through the abandoned Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill.

Extior shot of the closed Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill