Local truck featured in ‘Big Stone Gap’


Courtesy photo An old truck from Middlesboro made it into a movie production. The red 1975 F250 Ford truck was featured in the recently released movie, “Big Stone Gap” starring Ashley Judd and Whoopi Goldberg. The truck was owned by late Middlesboro resident Kenneth Spurlock. Spurlock was the eastern Kentucky field director for the Kentucky Reclamation Association, and he used the truck in the reclamation of many eastern Kentucky surface mines. After his retirement in 1986, he gave the truck to his son, Kenneth Spurlock Jr., of Big Stone Gap, Virginia.


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An old truck from Middlesboro made it into a movie production. The red 1975 F250 Ford truck was featured in the recently released movie, “Big Stone Gap” starring Ashley Judd and Whoopi Goldberg. The truck was owned by late Middlesboro resident Kenneth Spurlock. Spurlock was the eastern Kentucky field director for the Kentucky Reclamation Association, and he used the truck in the reclamation of many eastern Kentucky surface mines. After his retirement in 1986, he gave the truck to his son, Kenneth Spurlock Jr., of Big Stone Gap, Virginia.

Courtesy photo An old truck from Middlesboro made it into a movie production. The red 1975 F250 Ford truck was featured in the recently released movie, “Big Stone Gap” starring Ashley Judd and Whoopi Goldberg. The truck was owned by late Middlesboro resident Kenneth Spurlock. Spurlock was the eastern Kentucky field director for the Kentucky Reclamation Association, and he used the truck in the reclamation of many eastern Kentucky surface mines. After his retirement in 1986, he gave the truck to his son, Kenneth Spurlock Jr., of Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Movie-truck.jpgCourtesy photo An old truck from Middlesboro made it into a movie production. The red 1975 F250 Ford truck was featured in the recently released movie, “Big Stone Gap” starring Ashley Judd and Whoopi Goldberg. The truck was owned by late Middlesboro resident Kenneth Spurlock. Spurlock was the eastern Kentucky field director for the Kentucky Reclamation Association, and he used the truck in the reclamation of many eastern Kentucky surface mines. After his retirement in 1986, he gave the truck to his son, Kenneth Spurlock Jr., of Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
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