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Ring in the NEW YEAR with a celebration like no other on Saturday, December 31st at 6:00pm (Eastern). Enjoy FIVE courses of decadent and festive cuisine prepared onboard amidst live music in our 1940s dining cars. Join us as we ring in the new year with a “mock midnight” countdown with our train and champagne toast.
- 3 Hours Duration 3 Hours
- Ages 21+ Ages Ages 21+
ABOUT US: TRAIN HISTORY
The Bardstown railroad branch was originally constructed by The Bardstown and Louisville Railroad in 1860. Subsequently, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad purchased the line at a foreclosure sale in 1864.
R. J. Corman Railroad Company purchased the 20-mile branch from CSX Transportation in 1987 and developed the Dinner Train, which had its inaugural run in 1988. In addition to the Dinner Train, the railroad provides freight service to local industries.
The depot was constructed in 1860 and was used as a freight and passenger depot until 1953, when passenger service was discontinued on this portion of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. The depot is constructed of native limestone and is the last remaining “dry-laid” limestone depot in the state of Kentucky. Because of its historical significance, the depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The original freight portion of the depot has been preserved intact as much as possible, while the passenger portion was demolished in 1953. A new waiting room addition was constructed in 1992.
The passenger cars of the dinner train are all steel-skirted cars built by the Budd Company in the late 1940s after World War II. They have been refurbished extensively by R. J. Corman Railroad Company, far exceeding the original interior design. The RJC-007 was built for the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1941 as a 54-seat day coach. The RJC-021, built in 1948, was used on the El Capitan train by the Santa Fe Railroad and has been outfitted with the most up-to-date equipment to serve as our kitchen car. The RJC-777 was refurbished and added to the dinner train in May of 1992.
A CAPTIVATING & ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE!
CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR DELICIOUS MENU ITEMS
Locally raised prime rib slow-roasted using a secret Corman recipe (additional jus dipping sauce), served with a baked potato and a Kentucky summer vegetable medley.
- Gluten Free
Pan-seared pork sirloin covered in a sweet brandy pecan sauce, four-cheeses mashed potatoes, and seasonal vegetables.
A chocolate engine filled with Chantilly cream and dark chocolate mousse riding on a chocolate raspberry track.
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