Built for the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, this long one-story former station of rough-faced stone is covered with a slate hipped roof punctuated by tall paneled brick chimneys and decorated with iron cresting along the ridgeline. The curved and hipped dormers also have cresting and are further adorned with iron finials. The roof extends to form a deep overhang, which is supported by the roof's rafters and metal columns with curvilinear brackets. This station served as a handsome gateway to the town. After a fire in 2008 the station was restored and is now occupied by a bicycle store.
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Historic Pulaski Railway Station
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