DULUTH, Ga. - Visitors to the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth already know the museum boasts in an incredible collection of actual railroad cars and memorabilia. But this time of year, an equally impressive display of festive trees helps fill the museum's 35-acre site.
The second annual Festival of Trees is taking place from November 18-December 31, and is included in regular museum admission. The festival includes trees sponsored and decorated by local businesses and organizations, with visitors invited to "vote" for their favorite by donated money to that tree. All the money collected as "votes" will go to the Duluth Historical Society.
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken spent the morning exploring the Southeastern Railway Museum, as well as taking in the unique collection of holiday trees.