(x-posted to YatTravel)
The Louisville and Nashville Terminal, located at Canal and the River, New Orleans, ca. 1910. The L&N was the first line to operate the "Crescent," which ran from New York to New Orleans, via Washington, DC, and Atlanta.
This lovely station was demolished in the 1950s, when all passenger train traffic was merged from the then-five terminals in the city to the Union Passenger Terminal on Loyola Avenue.
The L&N Terminal is now the site of an Entergy electrical substation and the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas.