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  2. Louisville and Nashville Railroad - Wikipedia

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    The Louisville and Nashville Railroad (reporting mark LN), commonly called the L&N, was a Class I railroad that operated freight and passenger services in the southeast United States. Chartered by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1850, the road grew into one of the great success stories of American business.

  3. Garage door - Wikipedia

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    A garage door is a large door on a garage that opens either manually or by an electric motor (a garage door opener). Garage doors are frequently large enough to accommodate automobiles and other vehicles. Small garage doors may be made in a single panel that tilts up and back across the garage ceiling.

  4. List of Amtrak rolling stock - Wikipedia

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    15 units rebuilt to P42 specifications and are the only locomotives that remain in service. All others have been stored, sold or scrapped. Genesis P42DC: 1–207: 182: 1996-2001: Amtrak's main road diesel locomotive. Various units are out of service due to incidents. Genesis P32AC-DM: 700–717: 18: 1995: Dual-mode

  5. Tornado outbreak of March 2–3, 2020 - Wikipedia

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    A small but deadly tornado outbreak affected West and Middle Tennessee on the night of March 2 and into the morning of March 3, 2020, including a high-end EF3 tornado that hit Nashville and Mount Juliet, becoming the 6th costliest tornado in United States history, and a violent EF4 tornado that impacted areas in and just west of Cookeville.

  6. Amish - Wikipedia

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    During the Second World War, the old question of military service for the Amish came up again. Because Amish young men in general refused military service, they ended up in the Civilian Public Service (CPS), where they worked mainly in forestry and hospitals. The fact that many young men worked in hospitals, where they had a lot of contact with ...

  7. Railway post office - Wikipedia

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    In 1869, the Railway Mail Service (RMS), headed by George B. Armstrong, was officially inaugurated to handle the transportation and sorting of mail aboard trains.Armstrong was promoted from a supervisory position in the Chicago post office following his experiments in 1864 with a converted route agent's car on runs between Chicago and Clinton, Iowa.

  8. 2010 Tennessee floods - Wikipedia

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    Electric and elevator systems housed in the garage were damaged. In Belle Meade, a neighborhood of Nashville, the ground floor of St. George's Episcopal Church was flooded. In the early morning of May 4, flooding at a Nashville Electric Service substation caused power to go out in

  9. Illinois Railway Museum - Wikipedia

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    Electric Locomotive GE Transportation 1942 Static display Amtrak Only PRR locomotive in the collection. Public Service Co. 7 0-6-0 Tank locomotive Steam Locomotive Baldwin Locomotive Works 1926 Static display Central Illinois Public Service Company: It was the first steam locomotive to be completed donated to the museum. Rock Island 938 4-6-2 ...