Seats still available for first Easter Brunch fundraiser.
Sunday, March 27 from 11am - 2pm
March 14, 2005
For Immediate Release (Duluth, Ga.).
The Southeastern Railway Museum is pleased to announce there are still seats available for the Easter Brunch fund raiser. Sunday, March 27 from 11am - 2pm. Brunch will be served on the museum's historic railway diner car.
Brunch will include an assortment of fruits, veggies, danish & muffins. Breakfast items include French toast sticks, sausage, bacon, biscuits & gravy. Lunch items include
sautéed salmon, teriyaki chicken, oven roasted potatoes & broccoli salad. Dessert will include assorted cakes & pies. Drink selections will include fruit juices, milk, soda, water, tea & coffee.
Adults & seniors are $35 plus tax and children are 2-14 are $12.50 + tax. Children under 2 will be admitted free. Because seating is limited, reservations secured by a credit card are required. The museum is pleased to accept Visa, Master Card & Discover Cards. Please call the administration office at
(770) 495-0253 x3 to make your reservation. Funds raised will go towards matching a $10,000 challenge grant for developing the museum site and expanding facilities to better preserve history.
Through March 26 the museum is open for general admission ONLY on Saturdays, 10am - 5pm.
Effective March 31, 2005 the museum will expand days of operation to include Thursday & Friday for the rest of the year.
The museum is also accepting sponsorship applications for inclusion in the Wall of Honor. Introductory rates through April
2005 will be $99.
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. The museum is also home to MARTA's historic bus fleet which includes busses from many of the predecessor systems to MARTA. 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.