This place was one of Pullman Standard’s repair shops. It’s changed ownership a few times over the years. About the only piece of railroad left here is the transfer table, rails in the cement and a totally bashed and graff’d dining car sitting on jack-stands with the trucks removed.
If that bashed dining car is going to leave, it will be on the back of a truck. Aside from the trucks missing off the car, the rail connection to CSX has been removed and built over.
What this place has become is a major canvas for the Atlanta graff writers and is best described as the Freedom Tunnel of the South.
If you manage to see the movie "The Fast and the Furious 5", watch closely since there were some scenes in the movie that were shot here.
Special thanks to Bennet of SP.E.C.T.R.E. for this one.