Tallulah Falls Railroad Museum

Built by students of the Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School, the museum celebrates the former Tallulah Falls Railway which once ran through Rabun Gap.

Exhibits include not only TF railroad artifacts and photographs but also a full-size two-foot gauge locomotive, passenger car, flat car, caboose and tracks constructed by the students under the direction of industrial technology teacher Dess Oliver.

Above and below, older photos of the museum.

The museum is located on Hwy. 441 in Rabun Gap, north of Mountain City.

More Information:

Tallulah Falls Railroad Museum website.

Photo of the building at Flickr.


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