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Stop At: Historic RailPark & Train Museum, 401 Kentucky St Ste B, Bowling Green, KY 42101-1260
Located between two major cities, Bowling Green Kentucky has a long history tied to the evolution of transportation in the area. The current L&N Depot was built in 1925 to replace an older station. At one time, over 20 trains per day departed the current site, providing a hub for Bowling Green's economic foundation to travelers between Louisville, KY and Nashville, TN.
Within the Museum, galleries of regional and national importance have been developed for public interest of cultural, historic and socioeconomic Importance. Right behind the museum lies 450 feet of track displaying an E8 Engin, a Railroad Post office car, the Duncan Hines Diner, a 1949 Pullman diner, the towering Pine - a 1953 Pullman Sleeper, the 353 Presidential office car and more!