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Lincoln’s legacy needs to be heard now more than ever given today’s toxic social climate. Film and Television is the most powerful medium in the history of all civilization for communicating thoughts, ideas, and stories. By taking our motion picture directly to underserved regions in the United States, we usher in a renewed sense of optimism and hope for generations to come.
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Show, not tell.

 

Original artwork commissioned for the film.

Trestle
Trestle

The Lincoln Funeral Train crossing a trestle in Indiana - April 1865. Artist: Alben Tan

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Ben
Ben

Character depiction of Ben, an escaped slave that risks his life to pay his final respects to Abraham Lincoln.

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Indiana Sunset
Indiana Sunset

The Lincoln Funeral Train headed west toward Indianapolis in April 1865.

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Trestle
Trestle

The Lincoln Funeral Train crossing a trestle in Indiana - April 1865. Artist: Alben Tan

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The backdrop of the motion picture  Of Tears and Iron  is the Lincoln Funeral Train that passed through Indiana from April 29, 1865 to May 1, 1865.

 

Below is a map that details all the known stops the train made within Indiana.