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Nevada Northern Railway Museum commemorating late resident cat

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The Nevada Northern Railway’s (NNRY) precious Boss Shop Cat, Dirt, died at 15 years of ages in January and the NNRY is preparing to honor its main mascot and greeter with an event.

The occasion is taking place on May 28 at 10 a.m.

NNRY agents state there is a complete day of occasions prepared consisting of unique trips and adventure trains. There will likewise be a eulogy at Dirt’s last resting location – simply a brief walk from the primary depot where he will have the ability to watch out over the train backyard.

“In Dirt’s passing, he has transformed from being our Boss Shop Cat to becoming an ambassador for Heritage Railroading across the country and around the world,” says NNRY President, Mark Bassett. “We consider Dirt following in the paw prints of Smoky Bear. Smokey was a real bear cub that survived a forest fire. Since 1944 he has been a symbol of forest fire prevention and we see Dirt, Boss Shop Cat, doing the same thing. Dirt will help us reach new people to explain why the preservation of our steam railroading heritage is so important and he will also be instrumental in helping us teach railroad safety to children.”

NNRY agents state there has actually been an incredible, around the world profusion of assistance and gratitude for the cat who was born in the primary engine service center, under among the historical steam engines.

To honor him, the NNRY has actually worked with a carver to develop 2 life-size bronzes of Dirt. The statues will be made with a few of the bronze from Locomotive 93’s crown brass. One statue and a gravestone will sit at his tomb, near the East Ely Depot. The 2nd will be shown in the engine house where he was born.

“Dirt was and still is truly amazing,” says Bassett. “As long as the big wheels keep turning here, Dirt will be with us all. It’s a tall order, but then again, who knew that the runt of the litter, a little orange and white ball of fur would become such a colossus in the world of heritage railroading!”

The NNRY has actually established an unique represent contributions for the headstone and bronzes called Dollars for Dirt. To contribute click on this link.

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