The Southern Appalachia Railway Museum announces a series of special train rides covering much of the Trolley Museum of New York and the Catskill Mountain Railroad lines out of Kingston, New York. Come join us as we travel across the hill country of the western Adirondacks. Here is your chance to combine several trips into one visit. These trips include several photo runbys each day.
The Southern Appalachia Railway Museum is based in the Knoxville-Oak Ridge, Tennessee, area and operates the Secret City Scenic Excursion Train through the former K-25 Manhattan Project facility.
All of the equipment used on the trip will be supplied by the individual rail operations. The equipment has been restored for modern use but may not be fully accessible for all passengers. Steps and narrow aisles may make it difficult for some people. Additionally, photo stop locations will not be at regular stations and may be difficult for some people to get on and off the train. Because of the historical design of the rail passenger equipment, passengers needing special assistance are asked to make arrangements on their own for physical help.
To ensure adequate space on the cars, passengers are encouraged to carry only small bags or coolers. Coolers and bags must fit overhead or under seats to keep the aisles clear. No alcohol is allowed.
Hotels and Local Information:
Passengers are expected to make their own hotel reservations and accommodations to get to and from the train. There are numerous hotels in the Kingston area.
Schedule of Events:
Tuesday, May 17
8:00 to 10:00 am - Trolley Museum of New York at Kingston (NY) - Trolley rides and tours of the museum.
11:00 to 1:00 pm - Catskill Mountain Railroad - Kingston end
of the line.
2:00 to 4:00 pm - Catskill Mountain Railroad - Phoenicia end
of the line.
Tickets: The Catskill Rare Mileage Charter Train is sold out!
Further Information: These trains are operated for the education, entertainment and enjoyment of the passengers and as a fundraising activity for SARM. They will run rain or shine. The trains are not a part of the regular operations of the railroads involved, therefore, the Trolley Museum of New York and the Catskill Mountain Railroad cannot be held responsible for delays or changes in the equipment or itinerary. The operators cannot be held responsible for problems associated with connecting transportation, lodging, sickness, weather, acts of war, acts of God, or other causes beyond our control. The same holds true for the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum and any other non-profit or for-profit organization assisting with these trips. Tickets are non-refundable but can be resold. Remember, this is a volunteer-operated educational and fund-raising event, please assist us as you can. Please contact the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum with any questions that you might have. E-mail is preferred at: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to send a written question, send it to SARM 2011 Catskill, c/o Barton Jennings, P.O. Box 620, Avon, IL 61415. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with any correspondence.
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