Organization  Southeastern Railway Museum
Phone  770-476-2013
FAX  770-573-3754

The Southeastern Railway Museum announces that the annual Caboose Day event has been expanded to a two day event celebrating the end of the train and the folks that lived and worked there. This year’s event will be Saturday & Sunday, April 5th & 6th. Hours on Saturday are 10am - 5pm, Sunday noon - 5pm

Activities include temporary caboose tattoos, a caboose hunt, special speakers and food. There will be a craft corner for kids to create a souvenir to take home as well.

Through March 29 the museum is open for general admission ONLY on Saturdays, 10am - 5pm Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors (65+), $4 for children (2-12). Children under 2 are admitted free. Effective April 3, 2008 the museum will expand days of operation for the summer.

About the museum:
 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 35-acre site. 

The museum is open ONLY on Saturdays January through March.  April through December the museum is open Thursday - Saturday from 10am - 5pm.

The museum is located at 3595 Buford Hwy in Duluth. Directions:  From I-85 northbound, exit at Pleasant Hill Road.  Turn left (west), pass Gwinnett Place Mall, and continue approx. 3 miles to Buford Highway (US 23).  Turn right (north) on Buford Highway.  Travel approx. ¼ mile to Peachtree Road, turn left, cross railroad tracks, then turn right into museum entrance.

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