Places of Interest
Union Station School
Union Station School (MC-N-556) is a one-story,
wood-frame, side-gabled, craftsman style building that
was built in 1928.
The property stands south of Littleville, a small village on
the East side of the Illinois Central Railroad's large network
switching track known as its North Yard. It is some 3 miles
directly south of downtown Paducah, KY
The Union Station Rosenwald School served as a school for
the local African American children from its construction in
1928 until 1966 when the county's schools integrated and the
school's students were transferred to Long Oak schools.
The building was abandoned at that time and continues
to be unused to this day.
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