|Tennessee Valley Railroad steamer No. 610 on Summerville's turntable at its dedication ceremony in 2003. (Photo by Leamon Scott).
|Built around 1916, this turntable was moved from Alabama to Summerville's downtown Dowdy Park with the assistance of federal Transportation Enhancement funds in 2002-2003. It is used to turn excursion trains of the Tennessee Valley Railroad.
No. 610 on the 100-ft turntable in 2004.
The turntable operator keeps a close eye on the rails.
A grassy hillside provides a fine viewpoint.
|TVRR excursion cars wait on the tracks next to Summerville's Dowdy Park. The turntable is in the background on the right side of the photo.
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