Key Lock & Lantern, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of transportation history & memorabilia. Our mission is to gather and publish information about railroad, transportation & industrial history, and to support the conservation of all types of memorabilia, including historical artifacts, photos, records, and stories. Historians and collectors are invited to browse our website, download free newsletters about preservation, and utilize our other online resources. In addition to receiving the digital newsletter directly by e-mail, Key Lock & Lantern members also receive a quarterly printed journal, with in-depth articles about railroad history and preservation, and an invitation to participate in the annual KL&L Convention. Anyone with a serious interest in railroad or transportation history and collecting will benefit from membership in Key Lock & Lantern.
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The Publications Page to view and download the current edition of the digital KL&L News (and past editions). The free Adobe Acrobat reader is required.is available for viewing, with articles about the 2022 Gaithersburg Show, Rail & Road Auction Report, Railroad Memories Auction Report, St Louis Transportation Museum Show, Lake Superior Railroad Museum Events, WNYRHS Buffalo Train Show, Southern California Railroadiana Swap Meet, KL&L Convention Update, KL&L Online Resources, along with upcoming event schedules & want ads. Visit our
has been mailed to current members. This issue contains articles about the Railroad Prince lantern, special use locks of the Denver & Rio Grande, Chief Burnett's "Glorified Gat," Empire Service timetables at the start of Amtrak, the DL&W Mountain Reservoir, Dietz lantern catalog reprints, broadside excursion timetables and more.
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