The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Historical Society will be holding its annual convention in the heart of L&N country—Shepherdsville—from Thursday, September 29 through Saturday, October 1.

 

Everyone interested in the history of this remarkable American railroad is invited to attend the weekend activities—both members and non-members alike—at a registration cost of $112.00 per person.

 

Special events include lunch on the R. J. Corman Kentucky Dinner Train, a model train show and sale, a visit to the Kentucky Railway Museum, and the annual banquet.  This year’s keynote speaker will be Craig King, President and CEO of R. J. Corman Railroad Group.  The entire schedule of events can be found through this link:  http://www.lnrr.org/pdf/LNHS%202016%20Convention%20Schedule%202.pdf

 

Activities will take place at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre, 395 Paroquet Springs Drive, in Shepherdsville.  The convention hotel is Sleep Inn & Suites, 130 Spring Pointe Drive, in Shepherdsville; a group rate of $75 per night is available for those who mention the L&N Historical Society when making the reservation before September 15.

 

Convention registration is available through the L&NHS website at www.lnrr.org/Convention.aspx.

 

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