Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive

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  • Contributor is exactly "Davis, Caroline A."

Present day view of where the Colonial Terrace Hotel once stood.

A present day view of Brighton Road, in the historic neighborhood of Brookwood Hills.

A view of the Peachtree Southern Railway Station.

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.

The Colonial Terrace Hotel was located at 2140 Peachtree Street NW. The hotel was known for a time as Atlanta's only resort hotel with air conditioned rooms opened year round. The hotel was torn down and the location is now the site of the Brookwood…

Looking up Brighton Road, with 94 Brighton on the right, in the 1930s. Located in Brookwood Hills Neighborhood, one of Atlanta's first suburb. The area was an important location in The Battle of Peachtree Creek. The important engagement of the Battle…

Ariel View of Peachtree Station from 1959. Peachtree Station, now known as Brookwood Station was built in 1918 as a commuter stop on the north-side of town for the Southern Railway whose main stop was Terminal Station downtown.

Article from the Buckhead Reporter, about Franklin Avenue running west from Peachtree Road in Buckhead. The area played an important role in the Battle for Atlanta during the Civil War, and the development of the city.

National Historic District nomination form for the Brookwood Hills neighborhood.

Peachtree Southern Railway Station, now known as Brookwood Station, is the last operating passenger train station in Atlanta. The station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. This file contains the nomination form…