The 1884 East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Railroad depot at Juliette still has the "Whistlestop" sign from its movie days. The town was the setting of the 1992 film "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe."
Originally the depot stood beside the railroad at McCrackin Street. It was on the west side of the tracks but was moved to the east side for the movie. Afterwards, it was returned to the west side, but is now about 200 feet northwest of its original location.
The ETV&G was merged into Southern Railway in 1895. Southern became Norfolk Southern in 1982 and that railroad still operates on the nearby tracks.