Smokey Mountain Train Museum Bryson City NC

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  1. flcaptainbill

    flcaptainbill New Member

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    I took my son to the [FONT=&quot]Smokey Mountain Train Museum in Bryson City NC over the holiday and thought you may enjoy some pictures I took while I was there.

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  2. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

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    Wow!
    Great pics and looks like an awesome place to visit!
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    I'll have to make a point to stop in Bryson next time we go through NC.
  3. Thoroughbreed

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    WOW!!! I like the trestle work in that 1 pic, just awesome:thumb: :thumb:
  4. Dave Flinn

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    Nice pix, and it looks like a great spot to visit. Thanks for the posting.
  5. Illus

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    All those streetlights on top in the town look cool. Thanks for posting the pics!
  6. hiscopilot

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    Wow, thanks for sharing! I'll have to make it a point to go there either en route to or from our summer vaca to Charleston, SC Our whole family would love it!
  7. flcaptainbill

    flcaptainbill New Member

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    It only cost about $1.00 each to get in. :thumb:
  8. JR&Son

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    Son, Mom and I did the museum and the Great Smokey Mountain Railway. Had a blast! Up to the Nanthahal Gorge and back. Its not cheap and I really wish we had done the the open cars. But still had a good time. Stayed in a campground just minutes from the depot.

    JR&SON
  9. nhguy

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    Great place!