Atlanta Rail Corridor Archive

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An "architectural grotesque" found on the Atlanta Terminal Station, this human-headed lion was photographed in 1972 before the building was razed.

Prior to the use of motorized trucks, mule carts were commonly used to distribute cargo transported long distances by rail. This single-mule cart is parked outside the Terminal Station waiting for a load.

View of the east facade of Terminal Station, located at the intersection of Mitchell and Spring Streets in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia. A statue of Samuel Spencer, the first president of the Southern Railroad appears in the foreground.