The locomotive is one of the oldest still in operation, dating back to 1947. Guests ride along in four Art Deco-style coach cars made in 1930 by the Pullman Company, as well as an open-air car from 1934. An hour-long scenic ride is highlighted by the conductors dressed in period attire punching tickets and talking with guests about the history of the railroad.
|The open-air car is completely open to the outdoors.|
|Passing an old caboose on the side of the track.|
A buffet dinner is included in the ticket price, and served up a variety of savory foods. Known for their Irish cuisine, Brazenhead's Shephard's Pie was one of the best I've ever tasted, with the right potato-to-beef ratio. They also had fantastic BBQ Pulled Pork, complimented by sides of coleslaw, mac cheese, plus sauteed zucchini and squash.
One of the most unique, kitschy outings for a Friday night, the LM&M Railroad Date Night is sure to delight you and your adventure-loving significant other.