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Throughout its existance, the TAG Route maintainted a number of depots and stations along its route from Chattanooga, Tennessee to Gadsden, Alabama.

Alton Park, Tennessee Yard Office (courtesy David Steinberg).
Cenchat, Georgia Depot (courtesy David Steinberg).
Kensington, Georgia Depot (courtesy David Steinberg).
Gadsden, Alabama Depot (courtesy David Steinberg).


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