Oglethorpe County Chamber of Commerce

Crawford, GA Depot

The Crawford Depot (ca. 1848) is the home of the Oglethorpe County Chamber of Commerce.  Tradition has it that the building was built from the original Lithonia Granite crossties used by the railroad.  It is one of the few remaining stone depots built by the Georgia Railroad.

Presently undergoing restoration,  it will soon be a resource for the community.


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