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I took this excursion towards the end of the summer. The refurbished 1920's coaches were terrific and many of the windows open. The view of the river was nice and we saw great blue herons. Make sure you sit on the side of the coach...More
Until I arrived, I had no idea this was literally where the first rail travel of any sort began in the United States. Seriously. The train has two coach cars from the 1930's or 40's that have been restored and one air conditioned, more modern...More
My family and I made plans to attend Winterfest in Hawley Pennsylvania. One of the things to do was take a 45-minute train ride with the jolly one himself. The train that was nicely decorated and heated left the train station for a little winter...More
My wife & I took the Fall Foliage train ride last week. The train left downtown Honesdale, PA around 1:PM & returned at 4:30 PM. Overall, it was a very relaxing ride for a reasonable cost at $25.00 per person. We were disappointed the way...More
We opted for the "Fireman’s Picnic" excursion to and from Lackawaxen with a 1.5 hour layover in Lackawaxen for a “picnic”. The layover featured food & drink items available for purchase (and benefiting) the local fire company which is NOT included in the price of...More
A relaxing ride on a beautiful summer day on a fully restored passenger train along the Lackawaxen River. The staff and volunteers were very friendly and knowledgeable about the train service. Highly recommend for all ages.
The passenger coaches have been lovingly restored. New paint. Very clean. Friendly knowledgable conductor and volunteers. We went to Lackawaxen. Beautiful scenery. A relaxing way to spend a morning. Not sure it's good for small children. They might find it boring.