Little River Railroad representatives will lead a short walking tour of Townsend or Tremont (visitors choice) showing railroad track locations, structures that were part of the lumbering and logging operations that took place from 1901 to 1939 in and along side of what is now the National Park. Photos and other materials will be shown to help describe how people lived and worked during this period.
Attendees will meet at the museum in Townsend at 10 AM. Those wishing to take Tremont tour will car pool to the Tremont area (approximately 5 miles). The Townsend tour will leave from and return to the museum. Both tours will last about 1 hour.