Eastern Continental Divide in Georgia
THE DIVIDE THROUGH NORTH GEORGIA COMMUNITIES
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A accurate trace of the complete Ocmulgee/Chattahoochee River boundaries define the ECD divide from Underground Atlanta eastward following the Georgia Railroad until that hits Mountain Industrial Blvd.  It's interesting that the ECD passes through several communities that probably don't know that they are on the ECD.  For example, it also passes through Lovejoy, Decatur, Tucker, and Norcross.  The ECD then crosses Peachtree Ind. Blvd. to Duluth and on to Old Peachtree Rd. until it finally links up with Hwy. 124, which it follows for a good ways north-eastward, passing through Hog Mountain (with a name like that, it needs something to promote it). Lula, Alto, Baldwim, Cornelia, Mt. Airy, and New Switzerland.

Below are map summaries of this part of the ECD in N. Georgia from Lula NE-ward.
The yelllow-dotted line is the Eastern Continental Divide starting from about Gainesville.

Below the ECD is in blue.
LULA

Click photos for larger views.
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Lula cemetary aerial view.  °  The Toombs St. Church sits on the Divide at an elevation of 1,348 feet.

ALTO, BALDWIN, and CORNELIA

ALTO

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Alto cemetery  °  The Juvenile Prison across the street   °  House in Alto

BALDWIN

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Baldwin House-1  °  Baldwin House-2  °  Baldwin Cemetery

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Baldwin House-3  °  Baptist Church, Elevation 1,555 feet

CORNELIA & MT. AIRY

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Cornelia Orthodontics  °  Cornelia House-1  °  Cornelia House-2

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Shooting Hoops at House-2  °  Cornelia House-3  °  Mt Airy Presbyterian Church, Elevation 1,573 feet