New book highlights the railroad history of Atlanta
Southeastern Railway Museum, city of Duluth team up for family-friendly event in downtown Duluth
The caboose may be the most recognizable railroad car, but they are rarely seen on the rails today. Interestingly, the word caboose may derive from the Dutch word “kombuis.” It originally referred to a gallery on a ship. Since they first appeared on the railroad scene, “the caboose has been the post for those monitoring […]
Two-day family friendly scheduled for April 7-8
The Southeastern Railway Museum has extended the deadline to March 3 for its fifth annual photo competition.
The Southeastern Railway Museum honored more than three dozen volunteers for each giving more th an 100 hours of their time in 2017.
Students between the ages of four and 12 years old can learn about the wonders rail transportation during the Southeastern Railway Museum’s summer camps this June.
New Book Traces the History of Passenger Trains and the Stations that Served Them
Entries for fifth annual competition accepted until Feb. 24
Many merchants from the local community delighted visitors with their beautiful and brightly-lit trees.