Atlanta Metro / Hampton

Hampton Train Depot

20 E. Main St. S.
Hampton, GA 30228

  • Hampton Train Depot

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  • Old Ticket Office

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  • Doors

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The Hampton Train Depot was completed around 1881. It is significant in architecture and believed to have been designed by Augustus Schwaab, a German immigrant noted for his work in Savannah, Georgia. The city of Hampton experienced a major economic and development boom in the 1880s because this was the only rail connection in Henry County. Cotton warehouses, a hotel, and many elegant homes were constructed as a result, and Hampton became a focal point for the cotton industry. Architecturally, the depot signifies the extravagance of this era in its all brick construction of the American bond pattern and ornate brick details, which differ significantly from other depots of the period.

Info & Amenities

  • Facility Amenities

    Self-guided Tours

    General Information


    Free Admission

    Group Amenities


    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages

Meeting Rooms

  • Name Dimensions Ceiling Ht Sq. Feet Banquet Cap. Theater Cap. Classroom Cap. U-Shaped Cap. Exhibit Cap. Conference Cap. Reception Cap.
    Hampton Depot - - - 80 - - - - - -