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". . . Named for the railroad station built in the town in the mid-19th century, Thompson’s Station has had residents living in the area since the 1700s. The small town is located 25 miles south of Nashville, making it a more rural and less expensive option for those who work in the city. The storied history of Thompson’s Station also attracts visitors who come to see evidence of the first European-American settlers in the late 1700s and the Civil War battle fought in the town. Thompson’s Station maintains the former pasture where the battle took place, which is named Preservation Park. . . ."
-- per Devon Thorsby, U.S. News Real Estate