Running on for a limited time only, take a special opportunity to tour Amish Country behind the Queen of Steam, Norfolk & Western Class J locomotive #611 in our general accommodation train.
DINING ON NO. 611
- Train Ride
- Adult Ages 12 and up
- Child Ages 2-11
- Meal selection, Tax, and Gratuity
- Adult Prices starting at:
- Child Prices starting at:
Train Fare, Meal, Tax, and Gratuity all included!
Perhaps you’ve taken a ride aboard the “Road to Paradise” before, but here is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour Amish Country behind the Queen of Steam, Norfolk & Western Class J locomotive #611! This unique ride mimics our regular excursion train rides and is 45-minutes in length (4.5 miles east and 4.5 miles returning west on the same track).
About the Lee E. Brenner Dining Car:
The Lee E. Brenner Dining Car — America’s oldest operating all-wood dining railcar — recreates the traditional dining experience you would have experienced aboard an early 20th-century railroad. During the Edwardian-era, dining on the rails was quite sophisticated. What now serves as Strasburg Rail Road’s dining car was built by the Laconia Car Company in 1926 and ran on the Boston & Maine Railroad until 1972. After its retirement in 1972, it arrived at the Strasburg Rail Road. It was rebuilt in 1993 and renamed to honor Strasburg’s second president, Lee E. Brenner.