James Bond briefly visits the city of Jacksonville in Live and Let Die, when he and Solitaire hop off the Silver Phantom train to avoid Mr Big’s men.
The station they would’ve entered at that time would’ve been the Union Terminal, which at one time was the largest railroad station in the south.
The platform which they exited the Silver Phantom would’ve looked like this:
This photo is from the debut of the Silver Meteor in Jacksonville.
Bond and Solitaire go for a “bad” breakfast at a nearby diner, and then come back.
When they had paid they wandered back to the station waiting-room.
The sun had risen and the light swarmed in dusty bars into the vaulted, empty hall. They sat together in a corner and until the Silver Meteor came in Bond plied her with questions about The Big Man and she could tell him about his operations.
While the building still stands, it is no longer a train station. Here is what the room that Bond and Solitaire likely sat in looks like today.