This School Bus Graveyard In Georgia Is Truly Something To Marvel Over

Most people tend not to think about what happens to a school bus when it retires from taking children to and from school. However, there is one particular place in Georgia that can answer your question, plus show you just how a school bus graveyard comes to be. This weirdly wonderful place known as Wade Alonso’s Auto Parts & Wrecker Service, is also dubbed the School Bus Graveyard in Georgia, and one look will have you in awe.

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To visit the Schoolbus Graveyard, you can use this address to find your way: Rudy Drive, Alto, GA, 30510

Again, make sure that you contact Walter of Alonzo Wade Auto Parts before entering the property. Also, a HUGE thanks to Keith Nelms of the Foothills Photography Group for the wonderful photos! If you liked this abandoned bus graveyard then you’ll probably love to Step Inside This Eerie Graveyard In Georgia Where Automobiles Go To Die.

Have you ever visited the Schoolbus Graveyard? Let us know in the comments below!
Address: Alonzo Wade Rd, Alto, GA 30510, USA
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School bus graveyard in Georgia

March 01, 2021

What are the most unique things to do in Georgia?

With a rich cultural history and diverse natural and urban landscapes, Georgia offers a wealth of unique activities. The Peach State spans from crystalline coastlines to lush farmlands and mountains offering stunning 18th-century architecture, World-class museums, and unparalleled outdoor recreation areas. For a truly unique camping experience, trek out to Cumberland Island, a southeast coastal barrier island where wild horses roam the remote sandy beaches. Just outside of Atlanta, take a tour of Doll’s Head Trail, a somewhat unnerving collection of outsider art. All of the pieces are found and visitors are encouraged to contribute their work to the ongoing project. Also in Atlanta, the fascinating CDC Museum is a truly one-of-a-kind destination. There you can tour multi-media displays of governmental disease management and compelling exhibits exploring the history of public health science and technology.

What are the weirdest things about Georgia?

We’re proud of our little quirks and peculiarities, it just makes our culture even richer! Lingering in the law books of Georgia are some pretty hilarious laws that are not only outdated but completely bizarre. If you find yourself looking for a spot to tie up your giraffe in Atlanta, you better not use a street lamp or telephone pole, it’s illegal. In Jonesboro, it’s illegal to shout the words “Oh, boy.” Apparently, this weird law came about when, after being repeatedly taunted by the phrase,  a man demanded the mayor outlaw it. If you’re treating yourself to a delicious fried chicken meal in Gainsville, forget your manners and drop the knife and fork, it’s illegal to use anything but your fingers!

What are the coolest attractions in Georgia?

You could spend a lifetime touring the unforgettable sights across Georgia. The charming sights dotted across Savannah makes it an incredibly popular destination for tourists and Georgia natives alike. Transport yourself to another time strolling the romantic acres of Forsyth Park delighting visitors with massive, ornate fountains, fragrant florals, and stunning native greenery. In the northwest corner of our state is Lookout Mountain, a stunning scenic region where the “Last Battle of the Cherokees” took place in the 18th-century. Midtown Atlanta is home to the opulent The Fox Theatre which opened in 1929. Take a tour of the theater and marvel at its elegant architecture and Moorish design.

Address: Alonzo Wade Rd, Alto, GA 30510, USA