On the 21st day of July 1909, by and between JOHN P. PETTYJOHN & COMPANY of LYNCHBURG, VIRGINA and The Southern Railway Company to build a Combination Depot at Norcross in the State of Georgia, for the sum total amount of Four Thousand, Seven Hundred Fifty ($4750.00) Dollars. Eventually the Southern Railway depot was donated to the city by Norfolk...more
This lovely mansion is just another beautiful southern home list on National Register of Historical Homes. It is a stately 1835 manor that has beautiful grand ballroom with French doors, it sits atop a tree-covered knoll overlooking a charming collection of outdoor “garden rooms. There too cater to wedding parties. The back building you see in the...more
They have inside the rotunda of Norcrosses City Hall a museum dedicated to the Norcross Baseball Hall of Fame that has many displays of local baseball memorabilia including a vintage uniform, autographed bats and balls, several fine trophies, and much more. If you head over to Lillian Webb Field you can stroll the original playing field, now and...more
Built as early as the 1880's, this lovely cottage style home is being still loved and lived in. Norcross has many wonderful historical homes within the community. Just walk around and you will see. In front of the homes they have markers either in the front the yard or it may grace the front on the fence.more
This lovely home is one of many beautiful historical homes being loved and during the Holiday Seasons, they sometimes open them up for tours. The Davenport House was considered a contemporary design when it was built in 1887. Although, Victorian designs were the rage at the time, the builder decided towards an American Foursquare with features that...more
Gwinnett County Fire Station No. 1 in downtown Norcross marks the location of Gwinnett’s first fire station and includes a fire museum building displaying fire services memorabilia Stone and brick veneer colors and accent details on these two structures are reminiscent of railroad stations and the rich history. It was not open that day, but your...more
National Register of Historical Places – The City of NorcrossMarker reads:The Norcross Historic District has been preserved as a 19th century railroad town, and its historical significance was recognized by the US Department of Interior through its listing on the National Register of Historic Places November 21, 1980. The Norcross Historic District...more
Marker Reads:Norcross was chartered in 1870 through its founder, J.J. "Cousin John" Thrasher, and named for his good friend, Jonathon Norcross, the fourth mayor (1851) of Atlanta. "Cousin John" purchased tracts of land which he subdivided and sold as lots along the developing Richmond and Danville Railroad Line in Gwinnett County. The first train...more
I love the hotel but i do not believe it is a safe enviorment if your a single party with young...more
These people were the rudest, most hostile and downright mean employees I have ever met in any...more
We were on a road trip and spend the night at this hotel. The front desk was gracious and friendly....more
On the 21st day of July 1909, by and between JOHN P. PETTYJOHN & COMPANY of LYNCHBURG, VIRGINA and THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY to build a COMBINATION DEPOT at NORCROSS in the State of GEORGIA, for the sum total amount of FOUR THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED FIFTY ($4750.00) DOLLARS. Eventually the Southern Railway depot was donated to the city by Norfolk Southern in 1983.
While exploring beautiful Norcross, my hubby stopped here for lunch. He was so pleased because it was quiet, safe, cool, had great food and the staff was so friendly. He loved looking at all the historic photo's that covered that wall. This was an awesome place.
The War Room is *very* popular with D&D gamers and folks who play war games with miniatures. The store hosts events like no-sleep gaming tournaments and guest speakers.
What to buy: Warhammer, Magic, historical figures (Abyssians, Romans, etc), magical evil creatures
What to pay: you own a credit card, right? *grin* Many gamers go insane for a few hours.