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2020 PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS & 2021 SUBMISSIONS OPEN

We are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2020 Photo Calendar contest! A heartfelt congratulations to all who participated and made the judges’ decision incredibly challenging. Your submissions were nothing short of inspiring, and we truly appreciate your effort and passion in capturing the essence of our subject matter.

As we celebrate your stunning visuals, we’re also excited to open submissions for the 2021 photo contest. We encourage you to embrace the beauty of Autumn and the festive spirit of the Holidays to capture more fantastic photos. Start snapping those pictures and send them in for a chance to be featured in our next calendar!

Be sure not to miss out on our calendars, which will be available for sale this weekend during Founders Day. Here’s a shoutout to our 2020 Photo Calendar Winners:

  • Cover: Lee Brackett
  • January: Jeff Paulson
  • February: Penelope Gault
  • March: Lee Brackett
  • April: Logan Melton
  • May: Peter Abashian
  • June: Logan Melton
  • July: Gordon Gwathney
  • August: Jeff Paulson
  • September: Madellaine King
  • October: Penelope Gault
  • November: Randy Pollock
  • December: Matthew Malkiewicz

Congratulations once again to the winners! For those interested in purchasing a calendar or entering next year’s contest, click here for more details.

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Missionary Ridge Local Train Ride

January 1, 2024 - December 31, 2024 EST

Embark on a journey aboard our historic short-line locomotive! Our most regularly scheduled voyages, fondly known as “The Local,” initiate from our distinguished Grand Junction Station, heading towards East Chattanooga. Here, you’ll enjoy a stopover featuring an intriguing demonstration of a classic turntable, followed by a tour of our workshop.

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