German POWs and a Choo-Choo
Chattanooga National Cemetery is the biggest burial ground in Tennessee. Surprisingly, none of the umpteen-thousand people buried there are Confederate soldiers, but 186 of them are Germans who died while in American POW camps. The German soldiers even have their own monument.
Also in the cemetery is a monument topped by a small bronze replica of The General, a Confederate locomotive captured and run pell-mell across Georgia by a group of Union spies known as Andrews' Raiders. It's in the cemetery because six of Andrews' Raiders are buried under it -- including James Andrews -- after they were caught and hanged by the Confederates.