Here’s a look at some of the nearly 200 runners donned patriotic colors and took to the streets of Duluth on Saturday for the third annual Fast Track 5K. Click here to read a recap of this year’s race.
Museum to rededicate refurbished park train during family friendly event DULUTH, Ga. — The Southeastern Railway Museum will rededicate its miniature park train during a special event in June. The unveiling will coincide with the museum’s 2017 Locomotive Celebration, a two-day family friendly event. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]
Race benefits Southeastern Railway Museum’s education and conservation programs
The Southeastern Railway Museum is offering free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel, including National Guard and Reserve, and their fam
Third annual event scheduled to step off at 8 a.m. on May 27
The Southeastern Railway Museum will celebrate cabooses and the crews that called them home during Caboose Days.
Sue, SRM Volunteer Coordinator Faster than a speeding bullet (train), more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap Building 1 in a single bound. Look, it’s an SRM Volunteer! On Saturday, we celebrated the superhero volunteers of the Southeastern Railway Museum at our 4th Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Dreamland Bar-B-Que in Duluth provided a delicious […]
Rising from the Rails, a black history month exhibition was a huge success! The exhibition that featured artists from Chicago, Virginia, and the metro Atlanta area closed on February the 28th. The Southeastern Railway Museum is excited to announce the Museum Choice Award goes to Chicago based Artist, Jean Lewis. Her submission, The Blues Man […]
Fourth annual competition hosted in partnership with Georgia State University Graphic Design Club
The Southeastern Railway Museum opened Rising from the Rails: A Black History Month exhibition on February the 3rd with an opening reception. The event was hosted by The United Ebony Society and curated by Aleatha L. Williams. Artists from Chicago, Virginia, and the metro Atlanta area exhibited works that represent the African American experience. In […]