I can remember when the Louisville, New Albany and Corydon Railroad (aka The Dinky) was still running between Corydon and Corydon Junction.
After it stopped being a working railroad, it was used as a tourist attraction. Sometimes they would have desperadoes on horses pretend to try to stop it and rob it. My husband’s family rode it as part of a reunion.
We bought our tickets here.
I took a shortcut through the rail yard today, because I passed my turn like a big dummy, and got these shots, but I was too close to the trains to get a good picture. Here are two I took a few summers ago, in the parking lot of the old Keller Furniture Company, which was being used for a farmer’s market.
This has been part of Norm Frampton’s awesomely awesome link-up, Thursday Doors. Go to Norm’s blog, look at his doors, click on the blue frog link at the bottom, and see who else is posting door pictures. Post your own!
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about a train. Or train tracks. Or an abandoned railway station.
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