Preview: This Terminus isn’t end of the line but a beginning, highlighting local composers [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 2 Mar 2012, ArtsATL

Adam Scott Neal (Photo courtesy of the Terminus Ensemble)

Adam Scott Neal (Photo courtesy of the Terminus Ensemble)

The Zero Milepost, the stone marker for what was once the Southeastern terminus of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, is located just south of what is now Five Points. When it was first surveyed in 1837, then moved 1,200 feet to its final location in 1842, the area around the end of the rail line was known simply as Terminus. … • READ MORE on ArtsATL