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Union Station Hotel Exterior - Nashville, Tennessee
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The exterior of the Union Station Hotel in Nashville. This 19th century Heavy-stone Richardsonian-Romanesque design railroad station opened in 1900 and for more than 75 years served the passenger operations of eight railroads providing passenger service to Nashville. As the popularity of train travel declined, the station fell into disrepair and was closed in 1979. It officially opened as a hotel in 1986, but was not profitable. A new investor group bought the hotel out of bankruptcy and it was re-dedicated on October 9, 2007 after an $11 million dollar renovation.

Copyright: Larry Beasley
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Resolution: 9920x4960
Uploaded: 27/02/2012
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: nashville; music city; trains; train stations; national register of historic places; nashville hotels
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