SARM Murder Mystery Train – Oak Ridge
April 21, 2012 @ 10:00 pm – April 22, 2012 @ 1:00 am
Southern Appalachia Railway Museum will host the return of its Murder Mystery Train on Saturday, April 21. Departure will be at 6 p.m. from The Heritage Center in Oak Ridge, the site of the former K-12 plant.
The dinner trains have become a very popular event on the SARM schedule, being held in the museum’s classic 1924-built Pullman dining car. Diners are treated to fine china on sparkling white tablecloths and Chef Andras serves up four delicious entrees for the diners to choose from. Seating is limited and reservations and payment must be made in advance by calling the museum at 865-241-2140. Tickets are $70 per person.
As in the past, the play will be performed by the Oak Ridge High School Masquers drama club, under the direction of Faculty Sponsor Vidal Moreno. Part of the proceeds will benefiting the Masquers.
For all trains, riders are asked to arrive at least 30 minutes before departure in order to have time for sign-in and purchasing tickets. Due to security issues, non-U.S. citizens must have passports or visas and citizens of certain countries are not permitted to ride.
The Heritage Center is located at 2010 Highway 58. Turn left into the main entrance of the plant. Take the first left inside the plant and cross the railroad tracks. The small white-and-green “Wheat” station will be on the right, in front of building K-1007.
Southern Appalachia Railway Museum is an all-volunteer, nonprofit museum dedicated to the preservation of the rich railroad history of East Tennessee and the South. Adults 18 or older are eligible for membership.