Former Western Themed Park located in McCreary County Kentucky
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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Somerset, Kentucky May 16, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Interstate Auction & Realty of Corbin Kentucky has announced the upcoming auction of the property that formerly was home to Tombstone Junction, a western town-themed park located on Kentucky Route 90 in McCreary County Kentucky, near Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. The park began operation in the 1960s and operated until 1989 when the park was damaged by fire. The park featured a recreation of a small, western frontier town complete with a train station, working saloon, jailhouse, shanties, and shops. There was also an outdoor amphitheater that hosted live shows featuring country and western music of the period.
The property consists of 242 acres. Very little remains of the park itself aside from the large blacktop parking area, but the many memories made there remain vivid to those who have ridden Old #77 Steam Train or seen one of the famous stars who performed there. The country music acts to perform there include Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Barbara Madrell, Randy Travis, The Judds, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, and many, many more. “This property has a very unique history in our area, almost everyone from our area has fond memories of Tombstone Junction. We are very excited to see have the opportunity to offer this property at auction, and are excited to see what it will eventually become It has so many redevelopment opportunities on the recreational side with its size and close proximity to Cumberland Falls.” Says Adam Hill, Auctioneer for Interstate Auction & Realty. The auction will take place online at www.interstateauctionrealty.com and is scheduled to end on May 27th at 5:00 pm EST.
Interstate Auction & Realty
245 US Hwy 25 W
Source :Interstate Auction & Realty
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