3RR Operations Overview
The Three Rivers Rambler is a unique tourist train operation that uses both steam and diesel equipment to take passengers on a memorable 11-mile journey in Knoxville, TN. With a new depot, the 3RR offers one of the most modern tourist train operations while keeping true to the historic equipment that makes our operation special. Check out the links below to learn more about the 3RR.
Locomotive #154 is a 2-8-0 consolidation that was built in 1890. To learn more click here.
No. 150 is named after the famous John Henry. Click here to learn more about the unit and the legend.
In March of 2013 the 3RR acquired the No. 60 from the Stone Mountain Railroad. Click here to read up on it.
The 2391 was the first locomotive for G&O railways and now serves the Rambler. Learn more here.
The new 3RR depot is features seating, snacks, merchandise, and more. Click here to read about it.
The 3RR is operated by KXHR employees and operates on KXHR track. Read about the KXHR here.