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Southern Appalachia Railway Museum

Tennessee railway museum

Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum operates 7 miles of track from the K-25 facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to an interchange with Norfolk Southern at Blair, Tennessee. The museum runs an excursion train along this route utilizing a variety of first and second generation diesel-electric power and Southern Railway passenger equipment. The museum's excursion trains are the only public access to the K-25 facility, a former uranium enrichment facility from the famous Manhattan Project.

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