My Old Kentucky Dinner Train
Bardstown, Kentucky

On November 1st, 1997, Anita and I took a trip with Joe and Shirley Dougherty, on "My Old Kentucky Dinner Train" which runs out of Bardstown, Kentucky. Bardstown is known world-wide for the many distillers of Fine Kentucky Bourbons which are located in and near this historic city. It was a rainy day, but we had a wonderful time.
 My Old Kentucky Dinner Train Caboose This ex-Louisville and Nashville caboose stands near the old L&N station (of civil war vintage) in Bardstown which is the terminus of the Dinner Train.
This pair of EMD FP-7A diesel locomotives power the dinner train on it's journey through the Kentucky farmland.  RJ Corman # 1941 and # 1940
 RJ Corman # 1941 Another view of FP-7A # 1941.
 RJ Corman # 1941 Yet another view of FP-7A # 1941, along with yours truly.
 RJ Corman Diner # 007 The interior of diner # 007, in which we enjoyed a fine lunch.

Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven, KY.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Historical Society

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Last updated on July 27, 2002.
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