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The Southeastern Railway Museum is proud to offer various items featuring our museum or the Atlanta Chapter, National Railway Historical Society. (Orders are usually shipped within 2-4 weeks, but occasionally may take a little longer depending on availability.)

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SRM Coffee Mug Southeastern Railway Museum Green Coffee Mug - $7.00
In Green with Gold, the Southeastern Railway Museum mug features the museum logo and is microwavable.
SRM Lapel Pin Southeastern Railway Museum Lapel Pin - $5.00
The lapel pin is 1" with the museum logo in color with a protective clear coating.
SRM Patch Southeastern Railway Museum Patch - $4.00
The 2˝" patch is also based on the museum logo. In green, red, white and yellow, this colorful patch is a great addition to any patch collection.
Float Pen Southeastern Railway Museum Float Pen - $3.50
The popular float pen featuring SRM's Georgia Power #97 steam locomotive and Clinchfield #1064 caboose. Makes a great gift.
Southern Railway Baseball Cap Southern Railway Baseball Cap - $15.00
Using the traditional Southern Railway emblem, "Southern Railway Serves The South," this Southern green cap with yellow embroidered logo is a perfect gift for the Southern Railway fan.
Crescent Queen Throw The "Crescent Queen" - $59.95
The Southeastern Railway Museum and railroad artist M.F. Kotowski present the "Crescent Queen", an exclusive design on a full color tapestry-weave throw. Southern 1401 rolls through the countryside on the northbound run of the famed "Crescent Limited," her elegant green and gold livery backlit by the deepening indigo of a Georgia twilight.
46" x 65", 100% cotton, pre-shrunk, machine washable, Made in U.S.A.
$5.75 shipping for first, $0.95 for each additional
Claytor’s Dreams "Claytor’s Dreams" - $30.00
The Southeastern Railway Museum and railroad illustrator Robert West present ”Claytor’s Dreams”. The train depicted is roaring southbound into the northern outskirts of Atlanta approaching Buford, Georgia through gently rolling hills with dogwood trees in full bloom. An elderly gentleman and his dog wave to the train as if in salute to passing of not only a famous passenger train but also to the end of an era. The lead unit on the train is E-8 #6901 in the museum’s collection.
 


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