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Southeastern Railway Museum offers lunch or dinner in historic dining car

Jan 13, 2004
For Immediate Release (Duluth, Ga.).

The Southeastern Railway Museum is pleased to announce a joint effort with ‘Casual Catering of Georgia’ whereby seating in the museum’s historic diner car may be reserved for lunch or dinner events at an all-inclusive price. This 1928 built diner car offers seating for up to 36 people and provides an intimate environment for having celebration luncheons, appreciation banquets, or simply a different environment for a lunch meeting. During this introductory period, lunch in the diner will be available on Friday’s from 11am – 2pm and advance reservations are required.

Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of a bygone era as our professional wait staff serves you lunch on white linen. For reservations, please contact Kathy Sills at Casual Catering of Georgia at: (770) 963-8106 or via email at

During the winter, the museum is open for general admission ONLY on Saturdays, 10am – 5pm. Effective April 1, 2004 the museum will expand days of operation for the summer. 

The Southeastern Railway Museum has been in operation since 1970 and is "Georgia's Official Transportation History Museum". The museum has over 80 other pieces of retired railway rolling stock including vintage steam and diesel locomotives, passenger coaches, private business cars, a World War II army troop kitchen, wooden freight cars, railway post office car and maintenance of way equipment. Transit history is represented with a cross section of busses and trolleys from the early 1900’s through the mid 1980’s. Many other items from Georgia’s transportation history are also presented on the museum’s 30-acre site.

Trains rides aboard restored cabooses are complementary with admission. Train rides are only available on Saturdays through March. 

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