External Article 2 May 2018
Historic train stations converted into hotels
Once grand reminders of how interconnected the United States had become, train stations across the country slowly fell out of use and into disrepair in the 1960s and '70s when new transportation technology outpaced them. Luckily for some train stations, though, dedicated investors decided to revive these historic landmarks in their respective towns and cities.
Many of these places were put to new use, and their historic roots have not been forgotten — whether through fascinating docent-led tours, or by their faithfully restored vaulted ceilings and other original architectural details. Three such train stations, all members of Historic Hotels of America, have been turned into vacation getaways. Learn more about these train station-turned-hotels in Nashville, Tenn.; St. Louis, Mo; and Chattanooga, Tenn.
Read the full article at USA TODAY