|President Lincoln's funeral procession traveling|
down Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C.
|The Old Nashville, one of the engines that pulled the|
nine cars of the funeral train. On the front is a
photograph of President Lincoln above the cow-catcher.
|The train as it stands at the railroad station in|
|This is the route that the train followed on the trip|
from Washington, D.C. to Springfield, IL. Click to enlarge.
|This is the hearst that was used in Springfield.|
|Oak Ridge Cemetery where the President was buried.|
|In 1911 Lincoln's funeral car was destroyed by fire.|
|This will be the reenactment route for the funeral train.|