Preservation station is a unique local business out in the small town of West Louisville. This hidden gem features items from across the last century.
“We have items that are over 100 years. We have vintage," said Deborah Coomes, co-owner of Preservation Station. "We have Pyrex. We have a lot of collectibles. We even have new items that you can decorate your home with.”
Inside of the schoolhouse is numerous shops and boutiques, many of which are owned and operated by local small business owners that have created their first stores.
“You are supporting lots of small businesses, so we really appreciate when customers do come out and buy from these vendors, because they are supporting people that this is their livelihood," said Coomes.
And Deborah told 44News she’s got people from all over the nation coming here to check out this unique collection of items.
“We do get lots of shoppers from Indiana," said Coomes. "We get shoppers from Tennessee. We get them from Missouri. Our furthest traveler is probably from Texas.”
Coomes said she's even had shoppers from Poland and many other European countries. Preservation Station is open Thursday-Sunday and offers items for everyone in the family.