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Arson suspected in Campbellsburg depot fire

By Cindy DiFazio

Staff writer/photographer

One of the last remaining historic Campbellsburg buildings is gone.

The old L&N train depot in Campbellsburg burned to the ground early Monday, Oct. 26. The building was one of the few that survived a tornado in 1974 that levelled most of the town’s older buildings.

Kentucky State Police Public Affairs Officer Trooper Seth Willis said the 911 call came into Post 5 at approximately 12:30 a.m.

City Clerk Tish Tindall arrived on the scene around 1 a.m. after mayor Jan Fletcher phoned her about the fire.


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