The L&N, the train station closed since 1968, hosted restaurants and offices for many years but now serves a specialized public high school for students gifted in the sciences. Meanwhile, most of the buildings built anew for the 1982 fair, like the large U.S. Pavilion, have long since been torn down.

Photo by David Luttrell

The L&N, the train station closed since 1968, hosted restaurants and offices for many years but now serves a specialized public high school for students gifted in the sciences. Meanwhile, most of the buildings built anew for the 1982 fair, like the large U.S. Pavilion, have long since been torn down.

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