News & Features

Media coverage received over the last few years:

Holiday trains in Lenawee County (Nov. 30, 2016) - the Daily Telegram, by Dan Cherry and Dmitriy Shapiro

Warm September delays fall foliage color changes (Oct. 2, 2015) - the Detroit News, by Joe St. Henry

Tourists Ride the Rails through Michigan History (July 27, 2013) - The Detroit News, by Ursula Watson

Peek Through Time: Grand celebration welcomes completion of rail line between Jackson and Toledo (May 30, 2013) - Jackson Citizen Patriot, by Ken Wyatt.

Pallox Facility bought by SMRS Supporters (June 6, 2012) - The Daily Telegram

Southern Michigan Railroad Celebrates 30 Years Riding the Rails (July 18, 2012) - The Tecumseh Herald

Southeast Michigan's small-town charms (July 17, 2011)- the Grand Rapids Press, Jane Ammeson

Railroad Society Thanks Supporters of Anniversary Event (July 2011) - The Tecumseh Herald

Tecumseh Man faces Felony Charges for Railroad Prank - The Daily Telegram

Historic Fall Color Tours (October 17, 2011) - Heritage Newspapers

Southern Michigan Railroad Society Wins Ruling (March 29, 2010) - The Daily Telegram

Railroad Society is Victim - letter to the editor (January 22, 2010) - The Daily Telegram

Battle Continues for Control of Southern Michigan Railroad Society (December 26, 2009) - The Daily Telegram

Railroad Group preserves Track Ownership (April 1, 2009) - The Daily Telegram

Railroad Fights for Existence (May 24, 2008) - The Daily Telegram

A Holiday Train Ride (December 2008)

Michigan Week (2003)

Community Achievement Award Recipient (2003)

National Railway Historical Society awards grant to SMRS (June 2001)

Jackson Branch Bridge No. 15 over Raisin River listed by the National Registry of Historic Places (April 2001)

Slow Down and View the Colors: Train rides provide looks at past and autumn foliage, Ann Arbor News Bureau (October 2000)

Detroit Now from the Heart, Channel 7 (ABC) (July 2000)

Lemoyne & Lake Erie Railroad (April 1998)

A Primer on the Motorcar Hobby (February 1997)

New Engine that Can (August 1995)