This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp.
This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp. Lexington Herald-Leader
This building houses "Old Smoky," a steam locomotive owned by R.J. Corman Railroad Co. The building is mentioned in documents accompanying a federal lawsuit that the company filed against Lexington Center Corp. Lexington Herald-Leader

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