40 S Peachtree St, Norcross, GA 30071

Norcross was once known as “Atlanta’s Favorite Summer Resort"–beginning in 1878, a commuter train called the “Airline Belle” made round trips twice a day, carrying visitors between Atlanta and Norcross. The railroad is very much a part of Norcross' history, and though the train no longer stops in town you can still enjoy a meal from inside the original train depot (The Crossing Steakhouse) and feel the rumble as the train rushes past!