Smoky Mtn. Travelogue on the Little River Rail Road Here is a 1920's style black Here is a 1920's style black and white travelogue filmed on the Little River RR in the Smoky Mountains of my back yard. Col W.B.Townsend (owner of the LRRR and lumber operations) did advertise for tourists to ride his trains in to the Smoky Mountains. While following the rails of his logging outfit the RR did expose thousands to the beauty of the Smokies. This influx of folks eventually led to the formation of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park after all the trees had been harvested. Here is my attempt at playing up the fun tourists would have on this nifty rail road in the mountains of East Tennessee http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu5uOr-0hrw Hope you all enjoy it. Tom Doc Tom and the Little River RR guys in East Tennessee.