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E S & N Station

E S & N Station


E S & N Station

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5th St, formerly 315 Upper 5th St
Evansville, IN

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c1907 Station built
1940s Closes rail service
c1960 torn down


Southwest side of 5th between Main and Locust, left of alley
District: Downtown
Latitude: 37.97151
Longitude: -87.569723
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Architect: Harris & Shopbell

Brick and stone, 2 story, 50x69



The Evansville Suburban & Newburgh Railway provided passenger service to East Side suburbs and Newburgh Station built c1907 by Harris & Shopbell next to Majestic Theater replaced old depot

tracks extended to 4th and canal along canal to willow followed the railroad to chandler boonville line east of the city and crossed lincoln near green river road

passenger service stopped 1930 and only hauled freight. Completely closed 1940s

Station razed by 1962 not in 1960s photo

See also Other
Transportation:Rail Downtown district

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