Volkswagen's Frank Fischer speaks to assembled officials and media in front of the TVRM's number 630 engine at the VW plant. Officials from Volkswagen, the city of Chattanooga, and Hamilton county met to commemorate the completion of the rail link at the VW plant on Wednesday. The Tennessee Valley Railway Museum has garnered the contract to move train cars full of the new VW Passats from the plant to the main railroads.
Volkswagen's Frank Fischer speaks to assembled officials and media in front of the TVRM's number 630 engine at the VW plant. Officials from Volkswagen, the city of Chattanooga, and Hamilton county met to commemorate the completion of the rail link at the VW plant on Wednesday. The Tennessee Valley Railway Museum has garnered the contract to move train cars full of the new VW Passats from the plant to the main railroads.
Photo by Jake Daniels /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Wednesday, April 6th, 2011
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