Howell Interlocking Historic District

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Howell Interlocking Historic District
Howell Interlocking Historic District is located in Atlanta
Howell Interlocking Historic District
Location Roughly centered on Howell Interlocking at Marietta, W. Marietta Sts., Howell Mill Rd. and Lowery Blvd.
Coordinates 33.784547°N 84.415694°W / 33.784547°N 84.415694°W / 33.784547; -84.415694Coordinates: 33.784547°N 84.415694°W / 33.784547°N 84.415694°W / 33.784547; -84.415694
Built 1889
Architectural style Romanesque
NRHP Reference # 3000676
Added to NRHP 2003-07-25[1]

Howell Interlocking Historic District is the area in West Midtown, Atlanta where four railroad lines converge. [2] It is adjacent to the Marietta Street Artery neighborhood, an area rich in industrial history, as an original industrial district built along Atlanta's first railway line (1837).

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