GEORGIA MUSEUM OF AGRICULTURE HOSTS SPECIAL CELEBRATION – On May 31, 1886, one of the greatest engineering achievements in American History happened right here in Georgia. In just over 36 hours, crews of laborers moved over 11,500 miles of railroad track to ensure that the railways in Georgia would be re-gauged to match the width of tracks in neighboring states. Visit the Georgia Museum of Agriculture Historic Village’s Industrial Area on Saturday, May 27 and try your hand at working as a team to re-gauge the railroad track and experience what it would have been like to move enough track that could stretch from Atlanta to Los Angeles nearly 4 times over! Hours are 9 am until 4 pm. The Vulcan No. 5 Steam Train will be running, too!