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Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum


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In 1861, Stevenson was a vital rail link to major points throughout the Southeast. Union General Rosecran's forces constructed a pontoon bridge across the Tennessee River at Stevenson in 1863, allowing thousands of Union troops to cross the river and advance on the battlefield at Chickamauga.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open M-F 8-4; call for Sat. schedule.
Address: Main St.

Phone: 256-437-3012
Our Website:www.stevensondepotmuseum.com

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