This was broadcast on WBBJ News Monday evening. The house is indeed on its way to Jackson to reside at the Casey Jones Village where it will join several other structures that have been saved by the Shaw family.
Video Broadcast: Moving History
Text version: Moving History
To read the plan for the Neil House, please read the "In The News" article on the Casey Jones website: "Neil House Announcement"
Old Country Store
If you're ever in the Jackson, TN area, please take time to stop by the Casey Jones Village for a visit and to say thanks to the Shaw family for saving the many endangered structures that now reside at the village. While you're there, check out the great menu at the Old Country Store as well as the Casey Jones home, Railroad Museum, the fascinating things that can be found at the Shoppes, and don't forget to stop at the authentically recreated 1890s Ice Cream Parlor & Fudge Shoppe!
Please check out their website at www.caseyjones.com for information about what the Village has to offer. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so check out their photo album for a preview of the many things the village has to offer. Personally, I'm adding it to my list of places to go this weekend!
Casey Jones Railroad Museum
The source for all photos is www.caseyjones.com