Several chapter members were involved in the process of making the recent public radio feature “Kentucky High Iron” which aired Sunday morning, March 2, 2013, on WKMS public radio on the campus of Murray State University. The NPR station is … Continue reading
Bill and Angela Thomas have graciously volunteered to host our Christmas Dinner at their home in Madisonville. The date is December 21, 2012 at 6:00 PM. Details will be forth coming Monday November 26, 2012 during the Chapter Meeting. Please … Continue reading
Here’s pictures of our team and display at the June 8th, Friday Night Live – We had a blast! Come out and join us July 6, old Courthouse lawn in downtown Madisonville, KY!
We will display stationary live-steam engines, railroad videos, and a portable large-scale garden railroad with Thomas the Tank Engine!
The chapter is now on Facebook with our very own page! We encourage everyone to become a fan and suggest our page to your friends to help us grow and get the word out about our group. Once you’ve become … Continue reading
Above and Below: The May chapter meeting at the old L&N Depot in Hopkinsville went well. Some twenty folks were on hand and we stayed dry in the depot as a healthy thunder storm blew by. William Turner, Stan White … Continue reading
Amtrak is calling “all kids—young and old” to join the coast-to-coast celebration of train love. On Saturday, May 7th, hundreds of National Train Day festivities are taking place across the country including four major events in Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Los … Continue reading
Picnic Demographics: Hopkinsville-4; Madisonville-3; Indiana-3; Clay-2; Henderson-1; 1 of an unknown source. Photos and research by Chuck Hinrichs.
Rich Hane and Rex Easterly will be trying to help Kay Stubblefield dispose of some of Ron’s trains. Let Rich know if you are interested in being put on an email distribution list to buy some of these trains and … Continue reading
Beginning January, 2011, we will discontinue the paper printing of our monthly newsletter, The PennyRail. The publication will be available in Portable Document Format (pdf, Adobe Reader) via email and on the chapter’s website (as presently available there). Adobe Reader … Continue reading