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Kentucky Railway Museum

Kentucky museum

The Kentucky Railway Museum is located in New Haven, Kentucky, and is a railroad museum dedicated to educating the public on the history and heritage of Kentucky's railroads. Originally created in 1954 in Louisville, Kentucky, the museum is now at its third location, in southern Nelson County. The museum owns four steam locomotives, six diesel locomotives, and over a hundred pieces of rolling stock. Four of the pieces are separately on the National Register of Historic Places, including Louisville & Nashville steam locomotive No. 152.

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