Fairfax Train Depot – Fairfax, South Carolina
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Photographer Ann Helms says that “this is the Charleston & Western Carolina Railroad depot built in the 1800s when the town post office was called Sanders and the train stop was called Campbell’s Station. With the growth of the railroad, the town was incorporated and renamed Fairfax in 1893. The railroad remains an important part of the city today.”
Fairfax Train Depot Info
Address: Allendale-Fairfax Highway at Pickens Avenue, Fairfax, SC 29827
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