Turner the Train
Turner the Train is named for Loius Turner, who in 1928, assisted by a crew of workers, laid all of the bricks on Clinton's famed brick streets. Turner, a veteran of World War I, worked with extreme pace laying all 6,000+ bricks in just a handful of days as the November weather turned from chilly to cold. This tribute to Turner, who literally laid the foundation of Clinton's most treasured relic, pays homage to an unsung legend of our great city. This head-"turner" of a train will certainly celebrate Clinton's past as it traverses over the very bricks that the original Turner laid without knowing what a great legacy he was leaving for Clinton's future.
- Turner the Train Rental Application
For Rent by Organizations
Not for rent by individuals unless that individual is holding a private event at the Olde Towne Depot
Minimum Two Hour Rental ($300)