Duluth, Georgia: Two-Cell Jail

The stucco, two-cell Duluth calaboose was built in 1909 and served as the town's jail.
Address:
Main St., Duluth, GA
Directions:
Downtown, at the intersection of Main and S. Peachtree Sts., across from the cemetery.
Admission:
Free
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Calaboose.

Two-Cell Jail

Interesting bit of Americana.

[Lou, 03/24/2019]

Calaboose.

Duluth Calaboose

The stucco, two-cell calaboose was built in 1909 and served as the town's jail. The interior can be viewed during daylight hours through the barred windows.

The city traditionally opens the jail for closer inspection during the Duluth Fall Festival, which always occurs during the last weekend in September.

[Diane McCormic, 10/03/2017]

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In the region:
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