Louisville and Nashville Station
Louisville and Nashville Station (railroad building,) Knoxville, Tennessee, built in 1905 in Victorian-Chateauesque architectural style. The L&N completed a rail line running from Cincinnati to Atlanta in the early 1900s, and built a string of passenger stations and depots to service trains along this line. The company's Knoxville station was the city's largest, and considered by some the "finest" along the L&N's entire Cincinnati–Atlanta line. It served as a passenger station until the L&N ceased passenger train service to Knoxville in 1968, and continued to house L&N offices until 1975.