This Abandoned Train Yard In Georgia Was Once Used As A Munitions Factory

There’s something so uniquely appealing about an abandoned location. The sight of a place that hasn’t seen regular visitors for years, or even decades, can be eerily beautiful. Sometimes, these places end up vandalized by graffiti artists. Sometimes, Mother Nature has her way with them, covering them in vines and plants. Even when abandoned places end up nearly-unrecognizable shells of their former glory, many people still enjoy seeing photos of these hauntingly gorgeous spots. One of the most notable abandoned places in Georgia was the Pullman Train Yard, which sat abandoned for decades. We’ve found some fantastic old photos of this site before its recent makeover into an event venue.

Editor’s Note: Due to the nature of abandoned destinations, many of the places featured in this series are off-limits to visitors or have actually been demolished. We do not condone trespassing and other illegal activity but rather encourage readers to enjoy learning about these fascinating destinations.

OnlyInYourState’s Vacant highlights fascinating abandoned places across America — from a vast ghost town with a tragic history and a renaissance festival left forgotten to the largest abandoned industrial facility in the entire world. Explore all 11 destinations here. Special thanks to Cleveland-based photographer Johnny Joo of Odd World Studio for the photos used in this article. For more images, you can check out Johnny Joo’s website, Architectural Afterlife.

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Address: Pratt-Pullman Yard, Rogers St NE, Atlanta, GA 30317, USA