We’re glad you are visiting the Southeastern Railroad Museum — Georgia’s Official Transportation History Museum featuring the largest collection of “rolling stock” in Georgia. You will enjoy our real, life-size trains, cars, and buses that have been part of history; as well as an enormous collection of railroad memorabilia.
On June 23, 1900, Georgia experienced its worst rail disaster. Southern Railway’s No. 7 train came across a washed-out bridge at the Camp Creek trestle, just south of Atlanta. The train plummeted 60 feet into
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