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 Antique Car Tour Stopping in Knightstown September 6

June 18, 2008 - The Indiana National Road Association (INRA) is offering a different kind of antique auto tour this year as the organizations promotes the theme, “Remember the Rail” on September 6.

The tour will begin at the Historic Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, located in the 900 block of North E Street in Richmond’s historic district. The tour will then will travel the Historic National Road, and parade though Centerville to the Model T Museum and the Warm Glow Candle Outlet. After visiting both facilities, the tour will travel the National Road and Parade through Canal Days in Cambridge City, to the Huddleston Farm House Inn, where tourists will be treated to an authentic ham and bean lunch, and tour this historic landmark.

After leaving Cambridge City, the tour will proceed west to Knightstown, with a stop on Knightstown’s Public Square, where residents can view the cars. Tour participants can visit Main Street in Knightstown. Participants will then head out for a round trip old time train ride from Knightstown to Carthage on the CK&S Railroad, which will stop for ice cream in Carthage before returning to Knightstown.

Ending the day, participants will ride to the Kopper Kettle Restaurant, a historic inn located in Morristown.

The tour is limited to 60 cars. Fees are $75 for car and driver, and $40 for each passenger, which includes all activities, entrance fees and meals for the day. Pre-1960 vintage automobiles are preferred. Deadline is August 16. For more information or to receive an application, contact Joe Jarzen at the INRA, 765-478-3172.

 

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