NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD TRAIN DEPOT-145 SOUTH CUMBERLAND
The Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad Depot was built in 1916. Lebanon’s first depot was built in 1869 for the Tennessee & Pacific Railroad one mile south of the present site.
The Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad acquired the line in 1877. The old depot was abandoned and a new depot built closer to the Square.
This depot was used until the last passenger train pulled out of Lebanon in the 1930s. Passenger Rail Service did not return until 2006 with the Music City Star, (334 West Baddour Parkway, Lebanon, TN 37087).
The Tennessee Central Railroad Depot built in 1902 on South Maple Street is another surviving depot in town.