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Southeastern Railroads

The Southeastern Railroads tag at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum blog offers a rich tapestry of stories, historical insights, and current happenings about the railroads in the Southeastern United States. This tag is a treasure trove for enthusiasts and historians alike, featuring articles that delve into the legacy, technological advancements, and cultural impact of these railroads. From the golden age of steam locomotives to modern rail innovations, each post under this tag paints a vivid picture of the railroads’ significant role in shaping the region’s history and future.

Smoke & Cinders (4th Quarter 2018) – Thirty Tons of Archives

The Evolution of the Southern Railway Historical Association’s Archive: From Shaky Beginnings to a Steady Home The Southern Railway Historical Association (SRHA) was established in 1986 at the previous Southern Railway’s Spencer Shops, presently known as The North Carolina Transportation Museum. From the onset, both individuals and Norfolk Southern identified the SRHA as an organization…

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November 12, 2018