published Monday, January 6th, 2014

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum announces its spring excursion schedule

The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum has announced its spring 2014 21st Century Steam excursion schedule.

The steam excursions are part of the multi-year partnership with Norfolk Southern.

"We are proud to announce our third year of steam powered excursions," Steve Freer, TVRM spokesman, said . "We are pleased to add new locations for our excursions in 2014. We have trips planned from March through June."

The confirmed schedule is as follows:

Here is the schedule:

March 29, Chattanooga to Attalla, roundtrip

March 30, Chattanooga to Oneida,Tenn.; roundrip

April 5, Bristol to Radford, roundtrip;

April 6, Bristol to Bulls Gap, roundtrip;

April 12, Grundy, Va., to Devon,W.Va., roundtrip (2/day)

April 13, Grundy,Va., to Devon,W. Va., roundtrip (2/day)

April 19 Chattanooga to Cleveland Roundtrip (2/day)

May 17, Ludlow, Ky., to Danville, Ky., roundtrip

May 18, Ludlow,Ky., to Danville, Ky., roundtrip

May 31, Lexington, Ky., to Oneida,Tenn., roundtrip

June 1, Lexington, Ky., to Oneida,Tenn., roundtrip

June 7, Chattanooga to Stearns, roundtrip

Added information and online ticket sales are available now for the Chattanooga and Bristol excursions at Details for later excursions will be announced as they become available.

The TVRM, which is is the Southeast largest operating historical railroad, offers event information and tickets to those visiting it online at or by calling (423) 894-8028.

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