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Jeff Morrison: View from Peters St. bridge toward the Mitchell St. bridge and the Terminal Station site. The three long buildings along Spring St. were offices for the Southern Railway (later Norfolk Southern).
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for information on the guided tours Jeff occasionally gives of
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Unseen Underground is a unique walking tour of the area known as the Railroad Gulch. This includes the railroad junction that was the very reason for Atlanta's existence, the zero milepost marker at the center of it all, the elevated viaducts that allowed the streets to span over the tracks and created the "underground" condition, and the various railroad stations that are all long since gone. In the process, we explore a surreal network of spaces concealed beneath the city streets. And along the way we learn some fun history about how this area has shaped the growth of our city from the very beginning.
If you're interested, check in over at the event's Facebook page, like it and you'll be able to keep track of when it happens.
Photos and information on this page appear courtesy of Jeff Morrison.