Tractors play an import part of the nation’s transportation network. The Southeastern Railway Museum will showcase antique tractors and vehicles during the museum’s “Trains, Trucks & Tractors” special event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]
A look at the “State Road,” the Western & Atlantic running between Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tennessee. The above is based on Todd DeFeo’s book about the Western & Atlantic.
Completing the First Transcontinental Railroad was among the most significant railroad accomplishments, if not the single greatest, in railroad history. Workers completed the line on May 10, 1869, 150 years ago today. “Next to winning […]
by Randy Minter edited by Kristen Fredriksen The illustration below shows a simplified side view of Georgia Power #97, the 0-6-0 tank engine that operated at the Southeastern Railway Museum during the April to […]
Now on temporary exhibit inside Building 1 at the Southeastern Railway Museum is an assortment of fare collection-related MARTA objects. Items on display include a bus fare collection box, two token machines, and two turnstiles. […]
Two-wheeled, animal-powered, wooden ‘log carts’ were used in the timber industry from the late 1800s up to the mid 1900s. Log carts could be found in a number of states in a variety of designs and wheel sizes. These could be powered by mules, horses, or oxen. […]
The Southeastern Railway Museum’s General II locomotive is named for one of the most famous engines to steam down the tracks. Rogers, Ketchum & Grosvenor locomotive works in Paterson, N.J., built the original General in […]