Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway aka NC&StL, NC&Stl.L, ncstl,  




Bruceton, Tennessee

In 1920, Bruceton was named after W. P. Bruce, then General Manager of the NC&StL.

At the Bruceton City Hall they have several large photographs taken of the railroad yard during the steam era.

They also have a black & white film that was shot by Mr. D. B. Orr of the Roundhouse, Coal Chute, Ice Plant, Water Tower and a steam locomotive in service.

-- John Walker


1910 Statistics:
Known as Hollow Rock
Carroll County, Tennessee
Population 250 (as of 1910)
Elevation 430


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