Locomotion: Railroads & Atlanta

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About this Event

The cornerstone of Locomotion: Railroads and the Making of Atlanta is the restored locomotive Texas. The engine was built in 1856 for the Western & Atlantic Railroad, which had established its terminus in 1837 at the site that became Atlanta. For that reason, the locomotive is an important link to the city’s origins. Learn about the Texas and other ways railroads have shaped Atlanta. 

When

Sun., 1-23-2022
10 a.m.


Where

Atlanta History Center
130 W Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30305


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