See larger The L&N train station served as a major passenger terminal for 65 years; it's described inside and out in James Agee's Pulitzer-winning novel, 'A Death in the Fmaily.' Rehabbed for the World's Fair in 1982, it now holds mostly offices.

This is the standard detour. Take the old Henley Street exit, and counterintuitively, turn right, following the sign to Western, to turn left on Western.

Photo by Corey McPherson

The L&N train station served as a major passenger terminal for 65 years; it's described inside and out in James Agee's Pulitzer-winning novel, "A Death in the Fmaily." Rehabbed for the World's Fair in 1982, it now holds mostly offices.

This is the standard detour. Take the old Henley Street exit, and counterintuitively, turn right, following the sign to Western, to turn left on Western.

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