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JC train depot sold for $5,000, plans include building brewery and restaurant

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Posted: Thursday, May 17, 2012 4:02 pm

Johnson City's old train depot on State of Franklin Road now has a new owner and he hopes to transform the historic landmark into a brewery and restaurant.

At a special called meeting Thursday, the Johnson City Development Authority agreed to sell the property to Sevierville Attorney Joe Baker. Baker, who also owns the Ole Smoky Distillery in Gatlinburg, began talking with the JCDA about his plans for the building last year.

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