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All aboard for holiday fun

By Debra Gibson Isaacs from November 2014 Issue

All aboard for holiday fun

Credit: Kentucky Railway Museum

Mr. and Mrs. Claus await holiday riders on the Kentucky Railway Museum's holiday trains in New Haven.

Twinkling holiday lights reflect in the canyon and creek beds along the Big South Fork River as the train makes its way through the gorge. "It's magical, so beautiful…
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