The young man and lady who were running the ticket booth and operating the train were very nice. The open air car we rode on was nice. The ride was mostly through an old railroad cut that did not offer very much to see, unless you enjoy looking at a highway and the back of homes when visible. We were expecting beautiful views of wide open spaces, but only saw a couple of these areas. The ride itself, was a short ride out to a small lake where you stop....look at a few people fishing in their boats, and then you travel back the way you came. The train has an engine on both ends, so it is straight out, and straight back. Little kids enjoyed this ride, but boring for adults.
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