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Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis Railway
Preservation Society

 

Reunion 2014
will be in
Paris, TN
May 16-18

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November Newsletter Now Online

NCPS Members can check out the 24 page November Newsletter.

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From Railway Review, March 11, 1922

Fire Destroys Valuable Records of the N.C. & St. L. Ry

Records of the last 50 years of the Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry. were destroyed this week by a fire which gutted the transportation building of the carrier at Nashville, Tenn.  The records were highly valued.

Abandoned Roads

NCPS is pleased to incorporate Eric Fleet's website regarding the Abandoned Roads of the NC&StL Railway.  Eric has done a great job of researching the Route Between Memphis, Jackson & Bruceton; and the Perryville Branch.  Thanks for sharing !!!

Anyone interested in tackling the other branches?  We'd love to include your research on this website!

At the present time, this category has been filed under History. If the category continues to grow, perhaps we'll need to add a new main category.


Mission Statement: The NC&StL Preservation Society will do everything in its power to promote the preservation of buildings, rolling stock, right of way and motive power; and collect, organize and preserve artifacts, history and information related to the NC&StL Railway along with the memories of those who made sure the trains got ‘to and from Dixieland’.

Furthermore, the NC&StL Preservation Society will educate the general public about the significant force for economic and political change that was the NC&StL Railway.


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