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


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

Memphis Union Station - Milepost NI 229.4

Click here for more views of Memphis Calhoun Street Station
circa 1906
before Union Station was opened in 1912.
Contributed by Kenton Dickerson.

This photo appears NC&STL 376 steam engine 2-8-0 was at Memphis Union Station (I think) on
November 19, 1937. Note the coal chute is in the background.

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NC&STL 531 engine rests at Memphis Union Station on October 1939.

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NC&STL's City Of Memphis streamliner #535 also known as "Marie" was backing into
Union Station on May 16, 1947. Contributed by Mike Condren.

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Aerial Photo of the Memphis Union Station in the 1960's. Contributed by Mike Condren.

This is Tower 17 where it was controlled to the NC&STL trains at
Memphis Union Station & West Yard circa 1970. Contributed by David Johnston.

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Tower 17 (see left) was stood on this area. It has been tour down in circa 1975. This view is BNSF, UP, CNIC, NS & CSXT Boardway looking west.

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This is an old concrete retaining wall of the former abutment bridge of
Memphis Union Station Yard. This view is East Carolina Avenue looking southwest.

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These buildings are belonging to Memphis main postal service where Memphis Union Station was located. Coal chute, water tank, sand house, power house, engine house, depot, tower, platforms, signal bridges and yard are gone.
South Third Street at East Georgia Avenue looking northwest.

Maps of Memphis Union Station & NC&STL West Yard UPDATE!

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