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OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!
Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday CLOSED
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Blue Train Books is closed on the following holidays: Veteran's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Call ahead on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends to make sure we'll be there.


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Facebook IconMarch 21, 2015 at 5:12 pm

To all the Sunday bookstore shoppers out there, we are spreading the news that Sundays Mar 22nd and 29th will be our LAST open Sundays. We've been open Sunday afternoons for about two years, and it has been great to be open for the day trippers and book lovers who come through Hogansville on a Sunday.

However, the seven-days-a-week thing has become a challenge, especially for Dan with the day job during the week. We hope our Sunday regulars will understand. We are open until 8:00pm every Thursday evening, and 10-5 on Saturday. Come see us if it's been awhile. Also, the Hogansville Spring Festival is coming up May 16-17, and we WILL be open that Sunday.

What's this cat on a book got to do with it? Nothing! Just trying to get your attention. :-) (Photo by Manuel Cacciatori.)

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Facebook IconFebruary 28, 2015 at 3:06 pm

Rest in peace, Anne Moody, who worked in the civil rights movement in the early 1960's and wrote a classic American autobiography.

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Facebook IconFebruary 28, 2015 at 2:04 pm

Blue Train Books updated their cover photo.

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Blue Train Books Painting by Bill Stegmiller, a regular customer who gifted this painting to our shop. You have to see the hand-drawn detail to believe it.

February 28, 2015 at 2:05 pm

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Facebook IconFebruary 28, 2015 at 1:42 pm

Rest in peace, Mr. Spock.

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Facebook IconJanuary 14, 2015 at 11:48 pm

This Sunday, Jan 18, Hogansville will recognize the national Martin Luther King memorial holiday with a program to be held at the Hogansville Elementary School auditorium from 4:00 to 6:00pm. Dr. Willie T. Edmondson, pastor and City Councilman from LaGrange, will be the featured speaker. All are welcome. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Facebook IconJanuary 9, 2015 at 2:28 pm

Great news for our customers!

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Science Has Great News for People Who Read Actual Books

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It's time to power down your Kindle.

Blue Train Books is on the Georgia Book Trail!

A Destination Used Bookstore in West Central Georgia

Books and reading are still the best entertainment value going, and Blue Train Books in Hogansville, GA is where you can find a diverse selection of quality low price books (fiction and non-fiction) in a variety of categories. We have treasures for the collectors, obscure non-fiction for the studious, picture books for the kiddies, gifts for the shoppers, and fiction of all kinds for the readers. People love to spend time with our collection of ephemera too.
We pride ourselves on our well organized store, easy browsing, and low prices. Our goal is to make the store a worthwhile drive for someone to visit from out of town and to make the books cheap enough so it’s easy to take a few home.
At Blue Train Books, we try to offer something for everyone, from the casual reader to the dedicated book hound–not to mention collectors of ephemera and sheet music. Fiction lovers will find many books in our store at $5 and under. Mass-market paperbacks and small-format hardcovers are only $2! We have a selection of nice hardcover fiction, with dust jacket covers, in the $5-$7 range, from popular to genre to literary. We are always working on our collection of ephemera and sheet music. (We bag-and-board all of our ephemera and sheet music.) Paperback collectors will also love the prices on our bagged collectible paperbacks. Check out our shelf label shop tour to get the full spectrum.
“Serendipity is the greatest pleasure of browsing, and there is no substitute for being able to hold the physical book in one’s hand. … The joy of finding something that one did not know existed, and that is deeply interesting or connected in a totally unexpected way with one’s intellectual interests of the moment, is one of the great serendipitous rewards of browsing, and one unknown to those who take a purely instrumental view of bookshops, leaving them the moment they discover that they do not have the very book that they want.” –Theordore Dalrymple
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