Humming Bird

The Louisville & Nashville Railroad’s Humming Bird train first operated on November 17, 1946, and last ran on January 9, 1969.

It connected Cincinnati, Ohio, and New Orleans, Louisiana, serving several cities, including Louisville, Nashville, Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile. Later, the train also connected to Memphis, Tennessee, via Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Additionally, the train offered a connection to Chicago via the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad.

Railfanning Review Podcast

Before you copy and paste this information to your website, please keep in mind this research took a lot of effort. Appreciate it. Learn from it. But do not plagiarize it. Yes, if you think we might be talking to you, we are.