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


Abandoned NC&STL Railway
Route Between Memphis, Jackson & Bruceton

I-240 Expressway - Milepost ONI 218.9

This is an original cast iron milepost "219" sign may be located between White Station Road
and I-40 Expressway. Photo and contributed by Richard Parker (early 1980's).

Cordova Branch crossing the Wolf River looking East (circa 2000).
Photo & contributed by Joseph Yarbrough.

I-240 Expressway bridge looking east just south of I-40.
Several trestles cross Wolf River have bad structures.
A former water tower may be located in left side of this track.

A guy walks balancing himself on the old iron deck trestle of no longer used NC&STL main line
crossing Wolf River. This view is looking east toward Mullins Station (Shelby Farms) circa May 21, 2007.
Photo & contributed by The Gates Of Memphis.

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I-240 Expressway bridge looking west. This point was
began the track realignment southward for new I-40
(Sam Cooper Blvd. in circa 1970) to Berclair Station.

The crews cleaned up and trimmed many small trees ready
for the trackmen will come and remove the entire track.
It will become to the Cordova Branch Greenway aka
Greater Memphis Greenline.

See track realignment located between west of Berclair and I-240 Expressway for new Sam Cooper Blvd. circa 1970.

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1913 NC&STL track diagram (updated circa 1930's). See legend for the abbreviations and symbols.

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Topo map of I-240 & I-40 Interchange on July 1, 1993 by TerraServer-USA.

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