The Union Station Nashville Yards

Nashville, Tennessee

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About

Year Built

1900

Address

1001 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203

Phone

(615) 726-1001

History

The Union Station Nashville Yards first opened its doors in 1900, serving as a prominent transportation hub for the city. Over the years, Union Station underwent various renovations and modifications, but by the mid-20th century, the decline in rail travel led to its eventual closure in 1979. The station was repurposed and revitalized as part of the broader Nashville Yards development project in the early 2000s, which aims to transform the area into a vibrant mixed-use district.

The restored Union Station now serves as a luxury hotel and event space, preserving its historic charm while offering modern amenities. This redevelopment has not only preserved a significant piece of Nashville’s architectural and transportation history but also contributed to the revitalization of the city’s downtown area.

Read More:

“Union Station Hotel – Nashville’s Historic Railroad Station.” Union Station Hotel, https://www.unionstationhotelnashville.com/historic-nashville-train-station

“Union Station Hotel Nashville.” Historic Hotels of America, https://www.historichotels.org/hotels-resorts/union-station-hotel-nashville

Haunted History

The Union Station Nashville Yards, like many historic buildings, has its share of ghostly tales and reported paranormal activity. One of the most well-known ghost stories associated with the Union Station Hotel is that of a young woman named Abigail. Abigail was a guest at the hotel in the early 20th century, and her lover, a railroad worker, tragically died in a work-related accident. Distraught by his death, Abigail took her own life by jumping from one of the upper floors of the building. Guests and staff have reported seeing and hearing the ghostly apparition of a woman in period clothing, believed to be Abigail, roaming the hotel. Some have even claimed to hear her footsteps and sobs in the halls, particularly on the sixth and seventh floors.

Another ghostly presence reported at the Union Station Hotel is that of a young girl who is often seen playing near the train tracks that used to be just outside the station. It’s said that she perished in an accident at the station, and her spirit lingers in the area.

These ghostly tales and reported encounters have contributed to the hotel’s reputation as a haunted location.

 

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