Where can I go to get information on South Tunnel in Gallatin,TN during the American Civil war?
I'm looking for south tunnel in gallatin,tn used during the american civil war. Precisely where it might have been located. The railroad that used the line was the L&N(Louisville&Nashville). Any info I've found so far briefly tells about the destruction and not the location.
- .Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Here are several sites discussing the Tennessee railroad network during the American Civil War:
Tennessee Civil War Railroad and Tunnel Discussion; you will find some great assistance here:
Extensive Tennessee Railroad Map, circa 1861: http://www.mtsu.edu/~cwtech/railroad/confrr.html
Railroads of the American Civil War:
Tennessee Railroad Cities of the Civil War:
Tennessee Railroad-Related Military Events of the Civil War, sorted by Date:
Tennessee Railroads (1861-1865)
Guide for Military History Parks, Sites and Museum Collections
Tennessee State Parks:
Related Chat:Source(s): Additional Source: Consider contacting the National Park Service (NPS): For further information contact Edson Beall via voice (202) 354-2255 or E-mail: Edson_Beall@nps.gov Physical location address is: National Park Service 2280 National Register of Historic Places 1201 "I" (Eye) Street, N.W. Washington D.C. 20005 Refer to: TENNESSEE, SUMNER COUNTY, Maple Shade, 1755 TN 31E, Gallatin vicinity.
- 1 decade ago
there is a place in chat. where the river bends near a shere rock wall ive heard its there visable from interstateSource(s): southern born country boy