A few nice Business News images I found:
Jamestown, TN Oneida & Western Depot
Image by SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent)
This photo has been Explored peaking at #84. I am always so humbled whenever this happens. It never happens on the pictures I expect.
This depot was built by the Oneida & Western Railroad decided to extend their line another 7 miles past their previous end of East Jamestown in 1930. O&W was started by the Tennessee Stave and Lumber Company, but their railroad soon started losing money after extending to Jamestown. Passengers could board a train here and take the 37 mile trip to Oneida and from there connect to Southern Railway.
In 1942, O&W was sold to Crown-Healy Company of Illinois on news that TVA was planning to build a dam on Wolf Creek near Jamestown. WWII delayed building that dam until 1946, and by then, another building company had won the bid for the dam project.
Then, Jewel Ridge Coal Corporation bought the line when coal mines were proposed in the area, but this did not amount to enough business. The last train left this station on March 2, 1954.
Later, this depot was sold and used as a business. Today, the building is vacant.
Business News Radio Amsterdam
Image by Jonathan Marks