Atlanta’s Zero Mile Post, and its location, deserve respect and access

Darin Givens
Oct 12, 2018 · 3 min read
You can barely spot the post marking the birthplace of Atlanta against the back wall, through dirty windows
The Zero Mile Post, photo: Wikimedia Commons
Plaza and restaurant under an overpass in Mexico City. Image source.

This is not a museum piece: it’s a location-specific artifact

The post is at the ground level, underneath the Central Avenue viaduct. You can walk to it via Kimball Way.

Darin Givens

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ThreadATL co-founder: http://threadatl.org || Advocacy for good urbanism in Atlanta || atlurbanist -at- gmail.com

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