More than three months after a flood submerged the town and derailed operations at the Kentucky Railway Museum, passenger service for tourists between New Haven and Boston has resumed.
Train service stopped for about three weeks after a May 1-2 flood severely damaged sections along the 11-mile track between New Haven and Boston. Part of the track runs through LaRue County.
Tourists were temporarily detoured on a shorter, southern route, while track officials repaired more than 6,400 feet of damaged track.
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