We rode the train with our 5 year old grandson on October 12, 2012. What a great way to spend a day creating memories on this trip. The scenery on this historic, longest & highest narrow gauge railroad is fantastic. We spent a little extra for the tourist car & appreciated it. Our personal conductor gave us maps, a covered reusuable travel mug with a train & lid, snacks & coffee, hot chocolate, & cokes. We learned lots of history about the area and the railroad. Beer & mixed drinks were available for purchase. Lunch was provided with the fare & was pretty good. We are hoping to return for a night train trip next year.
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