South Nashville Street Railroad Terminus

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Location Nashville, TN, United States
Modern Address 4th and Chestnut

"The Cumberland have changed their place of practice to a ground at the terminus of the Street Railroad. The ground, although not so large as the Fort Gillem, can, with a little expense and labor, be made a very good one, and as the great objection of having so far to walk is now done away with, we may expect a full turnout on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons."

The South Nashville Street Railroad opened in 1866, and consisted of rail cars pulled by horses. The terminus of the street railroad was in the general vicinity of present day Dudley Park.


"Change of Base." Republican Banner [Nashville, TN], 25 Aug, 1866:3.

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Found by Christopher Ryland
Entered by Christopher Ryland


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Cumberland Base Ball Club of Nashville 1866

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Page Date City Borough State Team 1 Team 2 Score First in Contributor
Ballgame 1866-10-04 Nashville TN Osceola Base Ball Club of Nashville Flynn Base Ball Club of Nashville 32 - 57 Christopher Ryland

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