City Directories and History: “Located on East Main Street, Union Station or the Laurens Depot was constructed c. 1908. The unusual, wedge-shaped, brick, triangular station served the C&WC as well as the Columbia, Newberry, and Laurens Railroad (CN&L). The C&WC ran to Spartanburg and was on the left side of the depot, while the CN&L was on the right side. The depot was a vital and necessary part of Laurens.” Information from: Laurens Co Postcard Series, LCMA, Arcadia Publishing – 2007
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