Sat, Feb 06 | 2829 Cherokee St NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144, USA

Book Talk - Author Todd DeFeo

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Book Talk - Author Todd DeFeo

Time & Location

Feb 06, 1:00 AM – 2:00 AM
2829 Cherokee St NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144, USA

About the Event

MEMBERS ONLY

The Indiana, Alabama & Texas Railroad emerged from a proposal to build a line between Mobile, Alabama, and Evansville, Indiana. Despite its grand plans, the railroad completed only about 30 miles of narrow gauge track from Clarksville, Tennessee, toward Princeton, Kentucky. The Louisville & Nashville Railroad purchased the railroad in 1886 and converted the line to standard gauge. The Louisville & Nashville abandoned the route, later known as the Clarksville & Princeton Branch, in May 1933, relegating it to the history books. Todd DeFeo, author of several books and founder of railfanning.org, recounts the captivating story of this largely forgotten railroad.

The event is available only to Museum members, and space is limited. Reservations required. Please email mharkins@kennesaw-ga.gov to RSVP. Day of registration if space is available.

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