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The Louisville and Nashville operated the Humming Bird train. The Humming Bird "The Humming Bird crossing Biloxi Bay - Louisville and Nashville R. R." - Linen postcard printed in the late 1940s. L&N operated the Humming Bird (the two-word name is correct) between Cincinnati and New Orleans, from 1947 to 1969. While the route originally ran as a no-frills train, L&N added Pullman sleepers by 1953. Like the other L&N passenger trains, the train operated out of the railroad's terminal at the end of Canal Street (where the Aquarium of the Americas stands now). They moved to Union Passenger Terminal...
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