People Saving Places For Historic Preservation In Chattanooga
Historic places endure because of the people who save and maintain them for future generations.
A half century ago, passenger rail traffic for Chattanooga was in decline.
Union Station was demolished, while Terminal Station survived as the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel.
“People Saving Places” is this year’s theme for National Preservation Month across the country.
Todd Morgan is executive director of Preserve Chattanooga, the historic preservation nonprofit in this city.