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Canal Street passenger train departs the Louisville and Nashville station. Canal Street passenger train A K-5 class locomotive owned by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad departs the L&N terminal, around 1950. This Canal Street passenger train was a common sight in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, PA, built this unit L&N 269, in 1923. It's a 4-6-2 configuration. The train points away from Canal Street, ready to head northbound. L&N in New Orleans The Commonwealth of Kentucky chartered the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in 1850. L&N survived the Southern Rebellion. By 1880, the railroad expanded...
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