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





This website would not exist without assistance in researching and writing these pages. Oversights are not intentional, as it would be impossible to remember and mention all of the people who have supplied information!

When sending something for inclusion on the web, please be sure we have copyright permission, or at least have the necessary information available.

Thanks are given to the following, in no particular order.

  • Henry C. Hill, Jr.
  • Bonnie McDaniel
  • Bob Baudendistel
  • Kenton Dickerson
  • Colleen Gupton
  • David Ellenberg
  • John Stewart
  • Bob Mayben
  • Stacy Burgos
  • Eddie Boatwright
  • Emmett Coffer
  • John Walker
  • Bud Laws
  • Jan Aylor
  • Henry Hill
  • Stacy Monroe
  • Terry Coats

Special acknowledgements to the following:

Ken Ingram for donating his existing NC&StL website with special emphasis on the Nashville, Paducah & Memphis Division..  

"The Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway - History and Steam Locomotives" by Richard Prince. 

Ira Bell for historical information.

Charles Castner, author of "The Dixie Line," for locating images in the L&N/NC&StL archives at the University of Louisville. 

Dain Schult, author of "Grandpa's Road --History of the NC&StL" and president of NCPS

Richard P. Musgrove for obtaining permission for NCPS to reproduce the Trains Magazine, December 1963 issue, and also scanning the article.


NC&StL Preservation Society, Inc. is in no way affiliated with the NC&StL Railway or any of it's successors.
As a non-profit entity, NCPS presents these pages to the public purely for educational and historic interest.

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