Historic RailPark & Train Museum, Bowling Green

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The Historic Railpark and Train Museum, formerly the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Station in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is located in the historic railroad station. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 18, 1979. Opened in 1925, the standing depot is the third Louisville & Nashville Railroad depot that served Bowling Green.

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  • What a fantastic place! If you love trains and history, then this is your place! They have a cool museum, neat model train set up, rail yard, an actual Engine with historic rail cars to tour through.....  more »
  • Having been to several train museums in my life, I didn’t need to invest time in another…..especially when it involved 45 minutes of additional proselytizing by the tour guide. I would have like to...  more »
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  • Fundraiser included a nice meal and jazz band. Museum is small but interesting if you like railroad history. Walk through the train was a nice trip back in time.
  • Great history of the L&N railroad. Neatly preserved engine and cars from various times. Museum has a great accord of the RR in this area

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