Afternoon sun shining on the back of a vacant city building.
“One of my hobbies is photography and my favorite color is red.”
Note: The historic train depot is home to the former City Hall and the Police Department. The South wing of the depot was constructed in 1856. The north wing was constructed in 1914. It is the oldest structure that was burned by General Sherman during the Civil War that is still in use today.
Written and Photographed by Mary Gilmartin, December 7, 2012