Cookeville Train Depot

The Cookeville Train Depot is a museum with memorabilia from the Tennessee Central Railroad, including a locomotive and 2 cabooses. Built in 1909, nearly demolished in mid 70’s, the city bought it for $1. Several groups refurbished it. Now, it has lots of pictures of depots and bridges, lanterns, flags. Join Nashville Public Television’s Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Cookeville Train Depot in Cookville, TN.


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Cookeville Train Depot is a museum with memorabilia from the Tennessee Central Railroad, including a locomotive and 2 cabooses. Built in 1909, nearly demolished in mid 70's, the city bought it for $1. Several groups refurbished it. Lots of pictures of depots and bridges, lanterns, flags.

Tressa Bush has been a part of the Crossroads family since 2007. Born and raised in Smith County, Tressa continues to live there today but finds that with each new story she learns something new about Tennessee.  A former Miss Nashville, Tressa also participated in the Miss Tennessee USA (a preliminary to the Miss USA/Miss Universe competition). 

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