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We looked this ride. My family would do this every few years and not much has changed which was surprising. We loved it. There are many picnic tables where you can have your lunch at the end of the train ride, stay as long as...More
Drove for around an hour to get to the rail road.
Had seen about it on a leaflet.
Couldn't find where to go so popped into the post office. The lady laughed at us and said it closed down three years ago.
It is a...More
The East Broad Top Railroad and Shops is likely the most ignored historical gem in the Mid-Atlantic region. It is in essence a 19th century narrow gauge railroad and industrial site that has been frozen in time. Very little has changed since its abandonment in...More
Went here since I didn't visit in 5 yes and learned it was closed. Terrible. Was able to walk around the shops which are need of repair. There was 5 Diesel engines, 2 steam engines and a trolley car in the round house. Also some...More
I had read about this attraction before my visit and conflicting reports were unclear about is availability, but my visit to the adjacent Rockhill Trolley answered the question. IT IS CLOSED but being maintained by volunteers in the hope of re-opening sometime in the future....More
As a cautionary note to anyone planning travel to EBT country to see "live" steam trains, the steam railroad has announced it will not operate during the 2012 season. This quote from their website (www.ebtrr.com) indicates current plans:
"To all our friends, fellow railroaders, and...More