107 East Moultrie Street
City Directories and History: The Winnsboro Passenger Depot was next to the railroad tracks just east of the corner of South Congress and East Moultrie Streets. The images provided of the demolished depot are all from the Van Center Collection.
Reminiscences of Old Winnsboro by P. Rion – 1903 states, “Levi Huntington dressed granite, where the big oak stands by the Passenger Depot.”
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