Acworth Depot is now open daily 8 to 8. Visit at 4794 Main St. in downtown Acworth.

Save Acworth History is the public group for the Save Acworth History Foundation.

Save Acworth History Foundation - a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of our city and the community of Acworth, GA. Our goal is to collect video histories, photos and artifacts that reflect our history as a railroad town, a mill town, and the center of an agricultural community. These will be displayed and available daily in the downtown Depot Park History Center. 


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Volunteers

Acworth Depot Ribbon Cutting June 26, 2019

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 (L-R) Mack Turner, VP; Richard Boyer, President; Joan Boyer, Becca Kienel, Treasurer; Betsy Brown, Mayor Tommy Allegood, Yvonne Leander, Secretary; Kurt Johnson

Original Scales Unveiled at City Hall on July 19, 2018

Unveiling of original scales.

(L-R) Mayor Tommy Allegood, Paige Medina (former member), Yvonne Leander - Secretary, Clemens Bak (Owner, Red Onion Press), Lynne Brown (former member),  Leman ‘Moose’ McCray, Becca Kienel -Treasurer,  Betsy Brown, Mack Turner - Vice  President. Kurt Johnson.  (Not Pictured - Richard Boyer - President and Joan Boyer).


The Mayor and Alderman along with the Save Acworth History Foundation unveiled the Depot Freight Scale at City Hall. The Freight Scale was saved from being destroyed by Leman ‘Moose’ McCray in 1970 and this year he donated it to the Save Acworth History Foundation. Clemens Bak has restored the Howe Scale that is now a part of the museum at Depot Park. 

Ground Breaking for Depot Park September 6, 2018

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SAHF Board Members at the ground breaking ceremony