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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Southeast USA : Tennessee

Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Southeast USA : Tennessee

Tourist railroads, museums and other railroad related attractions in the state of Tennessee.

There are 19 links in this category

Tennessee - Chuckey Depot Museum New
Jonesborough, TN - Stop by and visit us at the historic Chuckey Depot! It's a beautifully restored depot located in Tennessee's oldest town. Plenty to do downtown, shopping, restaurants, shops and more. Come and see us, you'll love it here!

The Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society & Museum and town of Jonesborough, TN have partnered to preserve the historic Chuckey, TN ex-SOUTHERN RAILWAY train depot. The town purchased the building and has moved it to Jonesborough, where its exterior has been restored and the interior converted to serve as a museum.

Info: URL: http://www.wataugavalleynrhs.org/museum.php (Added: 5-Jun-2018)
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Tennessee - 21st Century Steam
As part of the Norfolk Southern 21st Century Steam Program, the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) offered a limited number of public excursions from 2011 through 2015. Power was ex-Southern Railway steam locomotives #630 (2-8-0, built in 1904) and #4501 (2-8-2, built in 1911). Both locomotives were restored to service by TVRM in Chattanooga. Although this program has ended, TVRM offers many great rail excursions, many pulled by our steam locomotives. Check out the Summerville Steam Special as a trip option for a 100-mile roundtrip ride from Chattanooga to Summerville (Georgia) on many dates throughout the year.
Info: URL: http://www.tvrail.com/events-exhibits/rides/21st-century-steam (Added: 27-Feb-2014)
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Tennessee - Bulls Gap Railroad Museum & Community Development Inc.
Bulls Gap, TN - Railroad museum has many historical photos and stories by the people that lived there when it was one of the finest stops on the East Tn. & VA. railroad.
Info: URL: http://www.bullsgaprailroadmuseum.org (Added: 16-Jun-2004)
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Tennessee - Casey Jones Village
Jackson, TN - Located next to Casey Jones's historic home, our Railroad Museum contains many exhibits dedicated to Casey's life and famous last ride. Enjoy a short film about the story of Casey Jones, three authentic rail cars, and even an original engine model Casey drove. Kids of all ages are welcome to climb aboard and ring the bell just like Casey. Civil War enthusiasts will enjoy our permanent exhibit entitled "The Railroads & The Civil War In Tennessee." We are also proud to have the Jackson Room: a room dedicated to our town's rich railroad history.

Casey Jones Village is a family destination that includes: The Historic Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum The world famous Brooks Shaw’s Old Country Store Restaurant An authentically recreated 1890's Ice Cream Parlor & Fudge Shoppe Southern Gift and Confectionery Shoppe The convenient Old Country Store Dixie Cafe Take Out or Dine-In Casey Jones Village Amphitheater The Shoppes at Casey Jones Village Casey Jones Mini-Golf The Wellwood Store (Featuring master woodcarver Dee Moss) The Judge Milton Brown Pullman Railcar ​​​​ ​​​The Providence House, a 175 year old events venue The Village Chapel, a 100+ year old church from Haywood County

Info: URL: http://www.caseyjones.com (Added: 27-Feb-2000)
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Tennessee - Chattanooga Choo Choo
Chattanooga, TN - Welcome to one of the South's most renowned and unique landmarks. This 30-acre vacation and convention complex is located in the heart of Chattanooga and has something for everyone. The Choo Choo combines history and fun in a delightful blend that appeals to visitors of all ages.

Sleep aboard an authentic train car! Traveling across the nation by private railroad car was the height of luxury in the early 1900's. The railroading excitement of a bygone era is still present onboard one of our 38 Victorian train cars at the Chattanooga Choo Choo complex. Where else can you overnight in a beautifully restored Victorian train car?

Info: URL: http://www.choochoo.com (Added: 14-Oct-2001)
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Tennessee - Cowan Railroad Museum
Cowan, TN - The Cowan Railroad Museum represents the railroad that has been an integral part of the city since 1849 when construction began on boring a railroad tunnel through the mountain two miles southeast of town. The Cumberland Mountain Tunnel was finished in 1852 before the railroad actually made it to Cowan from Nashville. The town, the railroad and the tunnel still exist today. In support of that endeavor and later frequent trains through this region, a substantial frame depot was built in 1904, and that building is where the museum now houses its collection for your enjoyment.
Info: URL: http://cowanrailroadmuseum.org/ (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Doe River Gorge Camp
Hampton, TN - East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad
Doe River Gorge is a Biblically-oriented ministry located in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee that provides a pristine sanctuary for getting to know the God who created it all. It's also the scenic mountain passage of the historic East TN & Western North Carolina Railroad. Programs include week-long summer camps, leadership programs and year-round experiences including father-son retreats, family Saturdays, weekend retreats, fall color expo, and more.

Scenic rail trips into the Doe River gorge are part of summer Day Quest programs. September - May: call us to charter a trip for a group of any size.

Info: URL: http://www.doerivergorge.com/railroad/index.php (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Dollywood Express
Pigeon Forge, TN - The engineer sounds the whistle and your mountain excursion is under way. Our authentic 110-ton coal-fired steam engine takes you on a breathtaking five-mile journey through the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains where you'll enjoy pastoral scenery and some of the most beautiful views that nature has to offer. Close your eyes and enjoy a fascinating trip back in time when travel in and out of the mountains of Pigeon Forge relied on trains like the Dollywood Express.
Info: URL: http://www.dollywood.com/themepark/rides/Dollywood-Express.aspx (Added: 11-Mar-2001)
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Tennessee - Little River Rail Road and Lumber Company Museum
Townsend, TN - The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company is a non-profit corporation founded in 1982 to preserve the heritage of the the Little River Lumber Company and the Little River Railroad. We operate a museum in Townsend, Tennessee, collecting, preserving and exhibiting the history of these companies, and of the people in this region. Townsend was the site of the sawmill, and headquarters of this operation, which logged huge portions of what is now the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, from 1901 until 1939.

The Little River became famous far beyond its remote mountain origins, due in large part to its innovations in railroad motive power, which included invention of the first 2-4-4-2 articulated Mallet, and the smallest 4-6-2 Pacific ever built for North American standard gauge.

Info: URL: http://www.littleriverrailroad.org/ (Added: 16-Jan-2000)
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Tennessee - Lookout Mountain Incline Railway
Chattanooga, TN - The Incline’s trolley-style cars climb through the natural beauty surrounding historic Lookout Mountain at a breathtaking 72.7% grade – straight up! Sit back, and enjoy the scenic views of the mountains and valleys from the observation windows on the train as well as the panoramic views from the observation tower at the Incline’s top station. Come see for yourself why the Incline is one of the most fun things to do in Chattanooga!

While you’re atop Lookout Mountain, be sure to visit its many attractions. You'll find points of Civil War interest, including the Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map & Museum and Point Park. Both are part of the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park system, located just a few short blocks from the Incline top station.

At the bottom Incline station in St. Elmo, you will find a great collection of unique shops, restaurants, and attractions. Some of the things you’ll find are microbrewery tours, fresh flowers, homemade candlemaking, unique coffee, indoor climbing wall, fresh-made burritos, outdoor local dining, hand-dipped ice cream, nostalgic clothing or relax with a massage.

Info: URL: http://www.ridetheincline.com/ (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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