The Georgia Railroad Freight Depot is located at 65 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, next to Underground Atlanta. Built in 1869 not long after the Civil War, it was the tallest building in Georgia at the time, and after a fire in 1935 several floors were removed. Today it is used as an event facility.
The building is in between the Five Points and Georgia State stations. From Five Points, follow the signs pointing Braves Shuttle/To Street. Take the Peachtree Street exit out of the station and either walk out the station straight ahead at the light to Upper Alabama Street, or before exiting the station, turn right through the doors marked Underground Atlanta and walk through the corridor on Lower Alabama Street. Both streets end at the freight depot, about a block down. Using Underground Atlanta is a better option after dark and in bad weather.
From the Georgia State station, take the Piedmont Avenue exit out of the station and turn left on Piedmont. Walk one block to Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. and turn right. The depot is about a half block down on the right in the rear of the Steve Polk Plaza.
For more information, see:
Navigating the Five Points Station
Five Points Station Restaurants
Five Points Station Destinations
Navigating the Georgia State Station
5 Things to See and Do at the Five Points Station