Louisville & Nashville Railroad Corridor
This corridor begins at Portland on TN Hwy 109, where it continues south to the city of Gallatin, where it intersects with US Hwy 31E. It continues on US Hwy 31E southwest to Nashville, where it intersects with US Hwy 31. The route then goes south on US Hwy 31 to the city of Columbia. At that point it divides into two routes: US Hwy 31, which continues south to the Alabama/Tennessee border near Elkton, and US Hwy 43, which continues south to the Alabama/Tennessee border near St. Joseph. For a copy of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad corridor map, click here.

DAVIDSON COUNTY
Travellers Rest
Belmont Mansion
Fort Negley
State Capitol
Old City Cemetery
Battle of Nashville Monument
Confederate Women’s Monument
Downtown Presbyterian Church
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Fisk University
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Tennessee State Museum
Belle Meade Plantation
Cloverbottom Mansion
Mt. Ararat Cemetery
Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Confederate Hospital Cemetery, The Hermitage
Newsom Mill

GILES COUNTY

Matt Gardner Homestead
Elkton African-American Cemetery
Lynnville Historic District
Sam Davis Monument and Trail, Giles County Courthouse
Tarpley Confederate Cemetery

LAWRENCE COUNTY

Summertown Civil War Monument
Lawrenceburg Square Historic District

MAURY COUNTY

Greenwood Cemetery
Rose Hill Cemetery
Rippavilla
St. John's Episcopal Church and Cemetery
Confederate Monument, Mt. Pleasant Town Square
Elm Spring
Athenaeum Rectory

SUMNER COUNTY

Trousdale Place
Rose Mont
First Presbyterian Church
Durham Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery

WILLIAMSON COUNTY
Carnton Plantation and McGavock Confederate Cemetery
Winstead Hill
Carter House
Natchez Street Historic District
St. Paul Episcopal Church
Touissant L'overture Cemetery
Confederate Monument, Franklin Town Square
Fort Granger
Midway Slave Cemetery