Pratt Pullman Yard In Georgia, Once An Abandoned Building, Is Now An Incredible Place To Dine

The Pratt Pullman Yard in Atlanta has quite a fascinating history within the state. The 27-acre property brimming with abandoned historic buildings sat empty for many years. Atlanta would open up the historic rail yard to photographers, which produced some hauntingly beautiful images. Click here to check out some of those incredible photos.

But here’s the amazing part—this once-abandoned rail yard has since been renovated and now is a delicious place to dine in Georgia. With open-air chef’s markets and plenty of opportunities to feast, check out the nearly revitalized Pratt Pullman District in Georgia.

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Have you ever visited the Pratt Pullman Yard in the past? How about visiting since it has become the Pratt Pullman District in Georgia? We can’t wait to see what this arts and entertainment district brings to the city! To learn more about the open-air chef’s markets, or to keep abreast on Pratt Pullman, check out their website or Facebook Page.

Address: Rogers St NE, Atlanta, GA 30317, USA