Colorado Railroad Museum Great Train Adventure heading to Pennsylvania
October 15-25, 2012
The second annual Colorado Railroad Museum Great Train Adventure is heading to the Pennsylvania railroad heartland during October of 2012. On the heels of the quite successful 2011 Adventure, participants will find themselves immersed in the rich history of the Keystone State for 11 days and 10 nights from October 15th through the 25th.
After arrival in Philadelphia, travelers with this small group will be treated to countless first class experiences including quality lodging, sumptuous and unusual dining venues, comfortable motor coaches and seemingly infinite encounters with history.
One of your first stops will be the Train Factory at the Franklin Institute that includes many interactive exhibits.
Then the Great Train Adventure continues with your departure from Philadelphia aboard the Amtrak “Pennsylvanian”. Passengers will head to Altoona and the triple-tracked Horseshoe Curve. You will also spend a day at the East Broad Top Railroad, the Strasburg Railroad and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Tour will also include at visit to Gettysburg.
In addition to an amazing railroad experience, $200 of each payment will be contributed to the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Click here for information and reservations! (http://e2.ma/click/ehs0c/q67uae/62jmy).
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