ITM Rolling Stock Going to Kentucky

Three more pieces of rolling stock that once belong to the Indiana Transportation Museum are heading for Kentucky.

The Kentucky Steam Heritage Corporation is acquiring former Pennsylvania Railroad combine RPO 6565, PRR baggage car 9036 and former Louisville & Nashville auxiliary water car 220166.

Hulcher Services is working with the steam group to move the equipment to Ravenna, Kentucky.

Hulcher will transport the cars by truck to a CSX rail line where they will be inspects and shipped by rail.

It is not known when the cars will move by rail or by what route.

Chris Campbell, president of the Kentucky Steam Heritage Corp., said the said the combine will be used as a tool and crew car for steam operations.

It had already been retrofitted by ITM for similar use with Nickel Plate Road No. 587.

The L&N water tender increase the operational capacity of Chesapeake & Ohio No. 2716. The car once served in the Norfolk Southern steam program before being retired in 1988 and donated to ITM.

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