Photos from the April 2002 excursion on the Kentucky & Tennessee (K&T) Railroad, sponsored by SARM

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  On April 7, 2002, the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum operated a charter freight train for photographers over the former Kentucky & Tennessee Railroad in Stearns, Kentucky. The line is now operated by the Big South Fork Scenic Railway (call 1-800-GO-ALONG for information). The train used K&T S-2 number 102, four gondolas, and the K&T caboose.

K&T 102 switches freight at Stearns, Kentucky.

K&T 102 runs around the freight at the restored mining town of Barthell, Kentucky. The miner's cabins are available for overnight stays. (Call 1-888-550-5748 for information.)

The freight train performs a runby on the bridge heading in to Blue Heron Mining Camp.

All photos this page by John D. Browning

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