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Total Tourist Railways in KENTUCKY: 5 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
Big South Fork Scenic Railway
Address: P.O. Box 368, 21 Henderson St., KENTUCKY, Stearns USA. Tel.: 606-376-5330 Toll Free: 800-462-5664
The Big South Fork Scenic Railway operates over the historic trackage of the Kentucky and Tennessee Railway and is situated in the heart of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. The land that was once occupied by loggers and miners is now covered by lush vegetation and is abundant with wildlife. The train hugs cliff lines and follows roaring mountain streams, passes through a tunnel and over a bridge as it descends over 600 feet in five miles to the floor of the Big South Fork River valley.
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Bluegrass Railroad Museum
Address: P.O. Box 27, Versailles, KENTUCKY, 40383 USA. Tel.: (606)-873-2476 Toll Free: (800)-755-2476
Located 15 miles from Lexington, the Bluegrass Railroad Museum offers a journey through the gently rolling hills and picturesque farmland known as the Bluegrass region of Central Kentucky. While traveling along the mainline of the old Louisville Southern Railroad, you will enjoy beautiful thoroughbred horse farms, herds of grazing cattle, and Kentucky wildflowers in bloom. After your ride, visit our display car and view the other static displays at the museum site.
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Hardin Southern Railroad
Address: P.O. Box 20, Hardin, KENTUCKY, 42048 USA. Tel.: 270-437-4555 Toll Free:
Ride south through the captivating unspoiled beauty of the Clarks River Valley and witness the lush legendary forests of Kentucky's past and the timeless rich beauty of her farmlands. Lean back amidst all of our rich history, nostalgia and the comfort of our reclining-seat, climate-controlled coaches. Sip iced tea or a cold soft drink and thrill to a journey back into yesterday over the historic century-old route of the Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway. For two wonderful hours, leave the fast paced world of today behind and experience a peaceful journey that retreats back to yesterday for an exciting and educational tour of the history of a previous generation.
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Kentucky Central Railroad
Address: 1749 Bahama Road, Lexington, KENTUCKY, 40509 USA. Tel.: 859-293-0807 Toll Free:
Owned and operated by the NRHS chapter of the same name.
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Kentucky Railway Museum
Address: P.O. Box 240, New Haven, KENTUCKY, 40051 USA. Tel.: 502 - 549 - 547 Toll Free: 800 - 272 - 015
Recapture the gentle excitement of the local passenger train when it was small-town America's link with the world. Turn the clock back fifty years, riding through forests, fields, and farmlands, through the scenic and historic Rolling Fork River Valley. (A view from the train.) Boarding at New Haven, just fifteen minutes south of Bardstown, your twenty-two mile journey takes an hour and a half.
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