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LANCASTER, OXFORD, & SOUTHERN (LO&S) SELF-PROPELLED MOTOR CAR

MOTORCAR NO. 10


The historic Lancaster, Oxford, & Southern Railroad (LO&S) Motorcar No. 10 is the last remaining piece of rolling stock from that long-forgotten little railroad and is believed to be the only piece of its kind built by the Sanders Machine Shop of Havre de Grace, MD.

Sometime after 1919, Car No. 10 was sold to the Grasse River Railroad in New York State where it remained until 1960. That year, the motorcar was sold to Winston Gottschalk of the Strasburg Rail Road. After a second full restoration between 1991 and 1997, the car re-entered revenue passenger service and has remained in service ever since.

We put her on our tracks for select days this winter – when we’re not running our steam train – for a unique ride through Pennsylvania Dutch Country.  Don’t miss this limited-time experience!

Seating is limited so pre-purchased tickets are required to guarantee your seats.

a train on a steel track
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