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Haunted Train to benefit Foster Children's Foundation

October 26, 2004
For Immediate Release (Duluth, Ga.).

The Southeastern Railway Museum is inviting ghosts, goblins & ghouls to visit the museum's first annual Haunted Train.

The event will feature ghostly displays cooking in the museum's World War II era Army troop kitchen car, ghosting in various coaches and mailing nightmares in the Railway Post Office car. The addition of an evening hay ride aboard the museum's restored caboose train will let everyone experience haunting on the rail. Refreshments will be available from Casual Catering of Georgia.

Admission will be $10 and proceeds from the event will be split between the museum and the Foster Children's Foundation, Inc. Hours for the event are: Friday & Saturday evenings October 29 & 30 from 7pm - 11pm. 


About: Foster Childrens Foundation Inc. P. O. Box 2469, Duluth, GA 30096
Phone: (770) 623-6135 or www.fosterchildrensfoundation.org. Started in 2000 and incorporated in 2003, the foundations mission is To combine efforts of public, business and the private sector to identify and bridge the gap between available resources and the economic, environmental, educational and emotional needs of foster children. Located on Duluth Highway, the foundation enjoys broad community support as it works to raise public awareness and meet the needs of foster children in our community. 


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. 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. 


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