Being a railroad buff, I took one morning to visit the Georgia State Railroad Museum. The facility is huge and includes a roundhouse that was built in 1853. The museum includes ten or more restored rail cars and features 5 restored steam and diesel engines. Tours are conducted daily of three restored Executive Passenger cars. Here is a candid “Group Portrait” of our tour.
Savannah is known for its 22 squares and parks laid out by General Oglethorpe when he founded the city in about 1739. Driving around town you see many different tour groups. Here is another candid “Group Portrait” of a Segway tour at one of the 22 squares found in the Historic District of the city.