Blairsville, Georgia: Misty Mountain Model Railroad
3,400 square ft. O-gauge train display features 14 Lionel trains on a mile of track with 12 bridges, four trestles and 15 tunnels.
- 16 Misty Mountain Lane, Blairsville, GA
- Six miles west of town. Drive west 2.5 miles on US Hwy 19, then turn left onto Town Creek School Rd and drive 3.5 miles. Turn right onto Misty Mountain Lane. The Railroad (it's indoors) is next to the Misty Mountain Inn.
- May - Dec. M, W, Sa tour 2 pm. (Call to verify)
Misty Mountain Model Railroad
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America's largest O-gauge train display, this 3,400 square foot layout features 14 O-gauge Lionel trains traveling on a mile of track over 12 bridges and four trestles and through 15 tunnels. Approximately 300 pieces from Department 56 are sprinkled throughout the display that represent North Georgia and Atlanta. The display is open May through December and a one hour tour begins promptly at 2:00 p.m. every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
[C. J. Waters, 07/04/2010]
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