Bullitt County History

L&N Railroad Passenger Traffic in Bullitt County, 1870-71

This chart shows railroad passenger traffic at each of the stations located in Bullitt County. The last four listed stations were on the Bardstown branch. The numbers make it appear that for most stations much of the passenger traffic was heading to or returning from Louisville.

Table VIII - Passengers Carried
Statement showing number of passengers carried northward and southward to and from each station
on main stem and branches from 1 Jul 1870 to 30 Jun 1871.

STATIONSTo NorthTo SouthFrom NorthFrom SouthTotal From
Gap in Knob164159912521061358
Salt River100658528101629
Bardstown Junction15602347214716153762
Lebanon Junction49082329259043286918
Quarry Switch (Clermont)3315014641187
Big Spring57757360
Cane Spring114297297137434

From the Annual Report of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, 1870-1871

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