Memorial Day Steam Train Weekend 2013
This event is sponsored by Golden Gate Railroad Museum and the Pacific Locomotive Association as a fundraiser to support the continued restoration of historic artifacts and rail line.
Grab your friends and family and come out for a ride behind a vintage steam locomotive, Southern Pacific No. 2472, as the train travels through scenic Niles Canyon. It's a perfect way to get away from it all. Plus, what better way to get away from it all than from the comfort of a train?
C L A S S E S O F S E R V I C E
A trip in Coach Class is a great way to enjoy your journey. Grab a spot in one of the open-air cars and sit back, relax and feel the wind in your hair as you travel through beautiful NilesCanyon. Coach Class is excellent option for families as well as there is plenty of seats to sit together as an entire family. Child tickets are available for childen 3-12. Children 2 and under are free. For Safety children must not run through the train.
COACH CLASS SERVICE INCLUDES:
Unreserved seating in family-friendly open-air cars or in historic "Harriman" coaches
Snacks and beverages available for purchase
Great option for groups with various ages
Handicapped access is limited
ART DECO LOUNGE CAR
This car, No. 2979, the Neil M. Vodden, has been refurbished to its 1940’s appearance and features air conditioning and a circular mahogany beverage bar framed by etched glass and mirrors. View photos and details about this vintage car here.
LOUNGE CAR SERVICE INCLUDES:
OVER 21+ ONLY - must have government issued ID
Beer and Wine Available for purchase.
Sorry, the Lounge is not ADA accessible
This event is jointly sponsored by the Golden Gate Railroad Museum and the Pacific Locomotive Association as a fundraiser to provide for the continued restoration of railroad artifacts and extension and maintenance of the Niles Canyon Railway.
The Golden Gate Railroad Museum (GGRM), is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of steam and passenger railroad equipment, and the interpretation of railroad history in the San Francisco Bay Area.Check us out on the web at www.ggrm.org
The Pacific Locomotive Association's (PLA) purpose is to preserving the physical aspects and atmosphere of Pacific Coast railroading during the period from 1910 to 1960. Our mission is to develop and operate a working railroad museum for the benefit of the general public. See us on the web at www.ncry.org
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