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Total Tourist Railways in WASHINGTON: 11 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
Anacortes Train & Rail
Address: P.O. Box 635, Anacortes, WASHINGTON, 98221 USA. Tel.: 360-293-2634 Toll Free:
The Anacortes Train and Rail has a primary purpose to foster and develop an appreciation for railroading with a train in an around Anacortes and the surrounding community, thus promoting the art and craft of railroading through the use of a recreational rail line.
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Chehalis Centralia Railroad
Address: 1945 S. Market Blvd, Chehalis, WASHINGTON, 98532 USA. Tel.: (360) 748-9593 Toll Free:
We are presently one of only a few steam powered standard gauge tourist railroads in the State of Washington. Our trains operate over a nine mile section of track that extends southwest from Chehalis. This historic rail line was previously operated by the Milwaukee Road, and later the Chehalis Western Railroad. The line winds through scenic hills, farmland, and over several wooden trestles. A ride on the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad is a pleasant, scenic and relaxing journey back in time. We invite you to ride with us and enjoy the sights & sounds of steam railroading as it used to be.
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Chelatchie Prairie Railroad Association
Address: P.O. Box 1271, Battle Ground, WASHINGTON, 98604-1271 USA. Tel.: (360) 686-3559 Toll Free:
The Battle Ground, Yacolt & Chelatchie Prairie Railroad (BYCX), an all volunteer, non-profit organization, has restored excursion service to the portion of the former Northern Pacific Yacolt Branch line between Yacolt, WA and Chelatchie Prairie, WA, and is working to restore service to Battle Ground. Hammond Lumber 16, 2-8-2T, (ALCO 67652 / 1929) is currently (March, 2003) under restoration.
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Golden Pacific Railroad
Address: 430 E. 25th Street, Tacoma, WASHINGTON, 98421 USA. Tel.: (253) 272-2558 Toll Free: 1-877-485-2100
The Golden Pacific Railroad operates an steam powered excursion train in Tacoma, Washington, which features the Reading 2100 4-8-4 steam locomotive, between Tacoma, Washington and Frederickson, Washington.
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Lake Whatcom Railway
Address: PO Box 91, Acme, WASHINGTON, 98220 USA. Tel.: 360-595-2218 Toll Free:
Diesel or steam engines are used to power former Northern Pacific coaches on seasonal excursions.
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Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad
Address: P.O Box 921, Elbe, WASHINGTON, 98330 USA. Tel.: (360) 569-2588 Toll Free: (888) STEAM 11
Steam train excursions through the foothills of Mt. Rainier. All Aboard the Ultimate Time Machine! Experience the Golden Age of Steam as you chug across spectacular bridges, clickety-clack through lush tall forests. Whistle at majestic Mt. Rainier and let off steam by Mineral Lake. All trains are pulled by vintage steam locomotives.
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North Pend Oreille Valley Lions Club Excursion Train
Address: Lions Club Depot, Ione, WASHINGTON, 99139 USA. Tel.: 509-442-5466 Toll Free:
The North Pend Oreille Valley Lions Club has seasonal special passenger and group excursion train rides available.
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Point Defiance, Quinault and Klickitat Railroad
Address: PO Box 340, Tacoma, WASHINGTON, 98401-0340 USA. Tel.: 253-752-0047 Toll Free:
Seasonal excursion trains from the Camp 6 Logging Museum are offered, operated by the Tacoma Chapter, NRHS.
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Snoqualmie Valley Railroad
Address: PO Box 459, Snoqualmie, WASHINGTON, 98065 USA. Tel.: (425) 888-3030 Toll Free:
The Northwest Railway Museum operates an Interpretive Railway Program called the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad. This five mile common carrier railroad allows museum visitors to experience a train excursion aboard antique railroad coaches through the Upper Snoqualmie Valley. Trains operate on Saturdays and Sundays from April through October. This year, trains also run on Memorial Day and Labor Day. 75 Minute Excursion. Please, no smoking, food, drinks or pets on the train.
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Toppenish, Simcoe & Western Railroad
Address: 3650 Branch Road, Wapato, WASHINGTON, 98951 USA. Tel.: (509) 877-1276 Toll Free:
The Toppenish, Simcoe & Western Railroad (reporting mark TSWR) is a short line freight carrier providing service to the western end of the lower Yakima Valley. When the Washington Central Railroad put the old Northern Pacific branch line up for abandonment, the Yakima Valley Rail and Steam Museum Association (YVR&S) took on the task of keeping the line open. Regular Runs: Harrah to White Swan (22 mile round trip--approximately 2 hours duration).
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Toppenish, Simcoe and Western Railroad
Address: Railroad Depot, Toppenish, WASHINGTON, 98948 USA. Tel.: 509-865-1911 Toll Free:
TSWR and the Northern Pacific Railway Museum cooperate to run school charters. Most are run during April, May and June. Regular passenger runs begin in August and end with the Santa Claus runs in December. Charters may be arranged anytime, pending availability.
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