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L & N Depot


L & N Depot

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a.k.a. Union Station

300 Fulton Ave, formerly 214 Fulton Ave
Evansville, IN

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1902 Depot is built
1975 Vacated
1985 Razed despite opposition from citizens


District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.976375591028
Longitude: -87.581666707993
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Style: Richardson Romanesque
Architect: Montfort,Richard


In February 1985, the depot was razed


peaked 1940s popularity of passenger trains died in the 1960s referred to as union station in 1965 april 30 1971 last regularly scheduled rail stop in evansville canope removed in >1960s <1978 green lit 1901 3/23/01ec +sketch added to NR with plans to convert space to a new use but failed almost used for mets but municipal market chosen instead razed feb 1985 long since abandoned

See also

Press article: Possible reuse for depot (10/22/1982)
Press article: End of an era (3/2/1985) Other
Transportation:Rail Lamasco district

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