Address: Etowah, TN
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In 1906 the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N) built a railroad center and the planned community of Etowah for its workers. The complex included shops, a roundhouse, a turntable, a rail yard and a large Victorian train depot (point 63). Today, downtown offers antique shops, outlets, and places to eat, as well as historic sites like the 1915 Carnegie Library building. Park and explore points 63-66 in downtown.

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