The Railroad Town

Welcome to Lebanon Junction, KY — aka The Railroad Town. Established in 1895, Lebanon Junction was the hub for the L&N Railroad. These days the town has the same down home charm as it did when it all began.


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Lebanon Junction is located in southern Bullitt County on the southeastern edge of the Fort Knox Military compound. Interstate 65 passes through the city, with access to the downtown area from Exit 105. The Rolling Fork river forms the southwest boundary of the city and also serves as the county line, with Hardin County on the opposite side. Nelson County is to the south, across Wilson Creek. According to the United States Census Bureau, Lebanon Junction has a total area of 5.8 square miles.

City Seal: Goldenrod yellow steam engine sits inside the outline of the state of KY with '1895' above it and 'To Protect and To Serve' below it, all surrounded by a blue circle with 'Lebanon Junction Kentucky' written along the outside

LJ Main Street Festival committee presents

Uptown Throw-Down

09/30/22 - 10/01/22

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