The Ultimate Guide To Asheville and the Western North Carolina Mountains
The Ultimate Guide to Asheville & the Western North Carolina Mountains

The Online Version of the Best-selling Regional Guidebook
 

Susanna Pantas, Artist

 Smoky Mountain Trains

Pen & Ink Drawings of Biltmore Estate, by Lee James Pantas

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Smoky Mountain Trains, photo by Scott Dickson

Photo by Scott Dickson  Smoky Mountain Trains is an outstanding train museum with a collection of 7,000 Lionel engines, cars and accessories, impressive operating layout, children’s activity center, and gift & toy shop. The extensive  collection dates back to 1918 and features such classics as the 1934 Blue Comet Passenger set and the more recent Joshua Lionel Cowen Challenger steam locomotives.

Website: Smoky Mountain Trains
Location:  Bryson City, NC
Distance: 1 hour from Asheville
Address: 100 Greenlee Street, Bryson City NC 28713
Telephone: 828-488-5200, 800-872-4681
Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 7 days a week.
Fees: Adult and child rates
Nearby: Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
Directions: From Asheville take I-40 west. Take  exit # 27 US 74 West toward Waynesville and Sylva.  Take US 74 West to Bryson City. Take the second Bryson City exit # 67,  turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Main Street and then turn left onto Everett Street. Turn right onto Frye Street and you will see Smoky Mountain Trains straight ahead.

 

Smoky Mountain Trains

 

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