DULUTH, Ga. - It's the south's largest transportation museum -- and right now, the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth is the perfect holiday destination.
The Museum is currently hosting its 1st annual Festival Of Trees, featuring more than twenty trees decorated by businesses, civic groups, and individuals. The entire event benefits the Duluth Historical Society and the Southeastern Railway Museum. However, visitors can vote for their favorite tree (by donating a quarter), and that money raised will go to Habitat For Humanity. The trees will remain on display through the start of the New Year, and while there, visitors can check out the rest of the Southeastern Railway Museum, which features exhibits focused on the history and function of transportation in the state and region.
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken took a trip to Duluth to check out the trees -- and also learn a little more about the museum!