Video is courtesy of Gavin Fish of Explore Clarion
THE CABOOSE RETURNS HOME
Rail 66 purchased a Caboose at a recent auction. This caboose is very special. It was located at the Lucinda Train Station along the Rail 66 trail for many years before it was removed. It has returned home. All are welcome to visit the caboose and welcome it home. It will be cleaned and restored as needed. For that, we ask for your help to defray the cost of the purchase, move, cleaning and restoring the caboose. We invite you to buy into this historic event by making a contribution to Save The Caboose Fund. You may drop payment in the donation slot at the Lucinda Station, mail payment to Rail 66 Country Trail PO BOX 103, Lucinda, PA 16235 or use the PayPal link below.
DONATIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO THE MAINTENANCE OF RAIL 66
Your donations help make the sustainability of Rail 66 Country Trail possible. Rail 66 is providing many ways for our community to contribute financially. You can use the links to the right to learn more about leaving a legacy, purchasing a bench, adopting a mile of trail, becoming a member, or being a business sponsor.
This page is meant to assist with cash and in-kind donations. Small or large, your contribution will help us with a number of needs in creating new trail, maintenance and adding upgrades such as signage along the way.
If you want to donate online, you do not have to have a PayPal account to do so…just a debit/credit card. Your credit card information is not provided to Rail 66 by PayPal. Just click on the PayPal button on this page or you can print out a donation form here and mail it to us at:
Rail 66 Country Trail PO BOX 103, Lucinda, PA 16235
TAX DEDUCTIONS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS
Taxpayers who take the standard deduction can claim a deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions to qualifying charities made in 2021. Married couples filing jointly can claim up to $600. It is a deduction in arriving at taxable income but not a tax credit. Tax brackets determine tax savings. A $300 donation could result in a tax savings of $66 for someone in the 22% bracket.