Denmark began as a railroad town in the 1830s. Initially called Graham’s Turnout, it was renamed to Denmark in the late 1800s when another rail line was established in the community by the South Bound Railroad. This 1920s red brick passenger station formerly served the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line and Southern railways. Amtrak initiated service to the community on October 29, 1978

Denmark began as a railroad town in the 1830s. Initially called Graham’s Turnout, it was renamed to Denmark in the late 1800s when another rail line was established in the community by the South Bound Railroad. This 1920s red brick passenger station formerly served the Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line and Southern railways. Amtrak initiated service to the community on October 29, 1978

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