Reviews

  • "The resources pulled together for this film are incredible. Viewing of this documentary is a rite of passage for all Georgians or any lovers of history, lore and beauty."—Will Wagner, Manager, Hardman Farm State Historic Site Review for Distant Voices
  • "The scope of this reaches far beyond just the Indian Mound. This documentary brings this part of North Georgia to life. Greear and Jones have produced a masterpiece."—Mark Johnson, Past President, White County Historical Society Review for Distant Voices
  • "The stories and history preserved in Distant Voices make this entertaining and informative documentary timeless."—Johnny Vardeman, Gainesville, Georgia columnist, retired editor, The Times newspaper Review for Distant Voices
  • "This DVD is something every person who loves this area will want to own and watch time and again. Make certain your children and grandchildren see this."—William House, Attorney at Law, Hall County, Georgia Review for Distant Voices
  • "From the very start of this collection of memories with a lonesome train whistle…the viewer will be captivated."—Georgia Mountain Laurel magazine Review for Memories of A Mountain Shortline
  • "The scope of this reaches far beyond the railroad and the development of Tallulah Gorge State Park. Every school and library in Georgia should have a copy."—Brian Boyd, Author, The Tallulah Falls Railroad – A Photographic Remembrance and documentary narratorReview for Memories of A Mountain Shortline
  • "This movie is one every person who loves this area will not only want to see but to own and keep handy to show the grandchildren."—Ann Moore – Past Executive Director Foxfire Fund, Inc.Review for Memories of A Mountain Shortline
  • "Anyone who loves railroads will appreciate this story about one of the most beloved shortlines in the Southeast. I highly recommend this well-researched documentary of a railroad my mother once rode when she was a college student at Clarksville."—Warren Jones, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, UAB and author of "Chasing the 301: A Biography of a Steam Locomotive," Lines South MagazineReview for Memories of A Mountain Shortline

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