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Total Tourist Railways in ARIZONA: 6 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
Grand Canyon Railway
Address: 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, ARIZONA, 86046 USA. Tel.: 800.843.8724 Toll Free: 800.843.8724
Grand Canyon Railway & Resort is the trailhead for your journey to the Grand Canyon. Ride a historic train to the Grand Canyon. Take a motorcoach rim tour while at the South Rim. Enjoy the comfort of the Railway's resort hotel, the Fray Marcos. Have a delicious meal at the Railway's restaurant, Max & Thelma's, and go back in time at the historic Williams Depot. All are located together in Williams, Arizona, the closest city to the Grand Canyon. Select from one of five classes of train service - from the 1923 Pullman Coach to the glass-enclosed Observation Dome Car. You'll have over three hours to explore the most famous canyon in the world on your own, or you can opt for a narrated motorcoach rim tour.
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Old Pueblo Trolley
Address: PO Box 1373, Tucson, ARIZONA, 85702 USA. Tel.: 520-792-1802 Toll Free:
OPT operates historic electric streetcars along University Blvd. & 4th Avenue in Tucson Arizona. In addition to the electric streetcar division, OPT has a number of historic buses, and has recently adopted the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum.
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Paradise & Pacific Railroad - McCormick-Stillman RR Park
Address: 7301 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale, ARIZONA, 85250 USA. Tel.: (480) 312-2312 Toll Free:
Paradise & Pacific Railroad was the first attraction to the park and continues to be its centerpiece. Its built and operated as an exact 5/12 (5 inches equals one foot) reproduction of a Colorado narrow gauge railroad. The Paradise and Pacific Railroad carries delighted passengers throughout the park on a one mile track. The railroad features three steam locomotives, 2 diesel engines, several scale model cars, a turntable, water tank, trestles, and a 32 x 200 train shed providing protection from the elements.
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Superstition Scenic Railway
Address: 4650 N. Mammoth Mine Road, Goldfield, ARIZONA, 85210 USA. Tel.: (480) 983-0333 Toll Free:
Located within the Goldfield Ghost Town, the Superstition Scenic Narrow Gauge Railroad's 36" gauge train consists of a Plymouth diesel (built in 1963) pulling a passenger car and a caboose. A mile and a half of track circles the town, and the narrated journey lasts 20 minutes. The engineer provides insights into the history of Goldfield and the Superstition Mountains.
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Verde Canyon Railroad
Address: 300 North Broadway, Clarkdale, ARIZONA, 86324 USA. Tel.: (800) 320-0718 Toll Free: (800) 320-0718
Passengers have a unique opportunity to view Sinagua Indian ruins, a monocline fold, pass through a 680 ft. man-made tunnel, and traverse the North Verde River, home to a variety of endangered and endearing waterfowl and wildlife. The remains of the old United Verde Copper Company can be seen from the train ride. All cars have restrooms and are climate-controlled. The four-hour trip is complemented by music and live narrative about the canyon's history, geology, wildlife, and waterfowl. Train and depot meet ADA requirements. Advance reservations and prepayment required to reserve space.
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Yuma Valley Railway
Address: P.O. Box 10305, Yuma, ARIZONA, 85366-8305 USA. Tel.: (520)-783-3456 Toll Free:
See two counties and four states as you travel on a 22 mi. round trip alongside the Colorado River dividing the United States and Old Mexico. Enjoy the native wildlife and see the produce crops growing by the wayside as you journey through the desert in a 1922 Pullman coach pulled by a 1941 Whitcombe diesel or a 1952 Davenport-Beshler diesel-electric engine. Regular runs are approximately 2 hrs, meal runs are approx. 3 hrs.
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