Southeastern Railway Museum photo competition runs until Feb. 25

Photographers have until Feb. 25, 2017, to enter the Southeastern Railway Museum’s fourth annual photo competition.

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Take a ride aboard vintage railroad equipment at the Southeastern Railway Museum. (Photo by Todd DeFeo/The DeFeo Groupe)

DULUTH, Ga., Feb. 14, 2017 — Photographers have until Feb. 25, 2017, to enter the Southeastern Railway Museum’s fourth annual photo competition. To enter, photographers must submit a photo taken at the museum and in both digital and print format.

Entry fees are $5 per photo or $20 for five entries. Students with a valid identification receive a 25 percent discount by taking advantage of the “student2017” coupon code.

To sign up, simply register online using the museum’s ticket system. A model release is also required if anyone in the photo is recognizable, and the release should be included at the time of submission.

The museum will exhibit photos in March 2017, and an awards ceremony is scheduled for March 25. Attendance at the exhibition is included in the regular museum admission price, and attendees are encouraged to vote for a “People’s Choice” photography winner.


The museum is hosting this competition in partnership with the Georgia State University Graphic Design Club. For more information and complete competition details, be sure to visit southeasternrailwaymuseum.org.

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