|Old Train Stations of New Orleans|
|Until the Union Passenger Terminal was constructed in 1954, the major railroad lines
each had their own individual stations, though, a few shared a station with another
line. A person's destination or favorite rail line determined which station would
be used. I haven't been able to track down photos of all the stations, but I've
managed to find several, so I thought it was time to devote a page to them. Nancy
|The link to this page is: http://old-new-orleans.com/NO_Stations.html
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|Station for the Texas-Pacific and Missouri-Pacific railways; constructed in 1916,
located on Annunciation Street, between Thailia and Melpomene; picture ca. 1920's.
|The Louisville and Nashville station, built in 1902, located at
Canal Street and the Mississippi River; picture ca. 1920.
|Originally used as the Illinois Central depot, but eventually by other lines, as well, this station was
located on the site of the current Union Passenger Terminal on Loyola Avenue; picture ca. 1920.
|Station for the Louisiana-Arkansas and Kansas City-Southern, built in 1923, located in the
700 block of S. Rampart Street; ended its days as a fire station; picture ca. 1940's or '50's.
|The Southern Railway terminal, Basin and Canal Streets;
above photo ca. 1920's.; below photo ca. 1950.
|Photo shows the rear of the Southern Terminal during the
removal of its tracks, 1950's.
|Southern-Pacific train schedule, 1938|