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Basic Excursion Train

 
Travel from Boone to the old coal mining town of Fraser (and return) in 1920's era coach cars, experience what it was like to ride the rails in a caboose, or get an unparalleled view of the river valley from our popular open-air car.

Food service is not included in the price of your ticket, but on most basic excursion trains, our concession car serves-up hot dogs, corn dogs, chips, candy bars, and more.  (Call to confirm availability)

Soda vending machines are located at the depot, and on the concession car.  As these are 1920's era cars, they are not air conditioned.
 For an additional fare, climate-controlled service is available aboard our first class bi-level coach car.

This trip is approximately one hour and forty five minutes in length.

Departure dates, times and prices may be found on our Schedule & Prices page.






Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad / James H. Andrew Railroad Museum
 225 10th Street, Boone, Iowa 50036     1-800-626-0319     info@bsvrr.com


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