Along the route of Florida’s Bellamy Road lay a plantation
village named Bellamy Station, which is now called Waldo, one of
Alachua County’s oldest towns founded in 1820. Once a thriving
railroad center, Waldo was named for Dr. Benjamin Waldo of
Ocala, a physician and friend of the railroad’s founder. The
town’s train depot throughout history saw civil war troops, new
settlers looking for good soil and a mild climate, as well as
tourists looking for “a winter playground”, all which could be
found in beautiful Waldo.
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