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Stay at Kingsley Inn in Fort Madison, Iowa


and enjoy a front row seat on BNSF and Amtrak traffic (60- 90 trains daily). Spectacular view of Mississippi River barge and railroad activity on largest double-decker swingspan bridge in the world. Scanner picks up all voice communication. Phone 800- 441-2327 for Railfan package or log on to: www.kingsleyinn.com


As seen on HGTV “Building Character” and “reZONED”! Newly restored “Coal Heritage Trail” Inn on NS Pocahontas rail- way line in scenic, southern WV. Railview guest rooms, balcony and patio cafe. Call about our Railfan weekends. 14 guest rooms, claw-foot tubs, fireplace, vintage quilts, art, antiques & gift shop/museum room. Meals available. TV VCR, slide-viewer, studio & Wi-Fi internet. On Route 52, 30 minutes from Bluefield WV/VA. See our “railfan” pages on our web site. Local phone: 304-862-2031


email elisse@elkhorninnwv.com


Elkhorn Inn and Theater


POB 100, Eckman, WV 24829 Tel/Fax: 304-862-2031


lots more on our website: elkhorninnwv.com


800-708-2040


Stay with us when you ride the East Broad Top Polar Express Train, operated EVERY Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evening from Thanksgiving Friday thru Dec. 23rd A Wonderful Holiday Experience for the Whole Family!


THE POLAR


EXPRESS™ Located in Elkins, West Virginia


Read along with the popular story as one of the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley trains makes its magical round-trip journey to the wondrously lighted North Pole. Dancing chefs serve hot cocoa and a special treat. Children meet Santa and each receives a special gift! Kids are encouraged to wear their pajamas. Departs from the Elkins Railroad Depot on select weekends November & December. Ask about our RailYard Holiday Package.


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1-877-MTN-RAIL (686-7245)


Situated on the corner of Iron & Meadow Streets in Rockhill Furnace, our 1885 Victorian home was built by the East Broad Top RR for the General Superintendent, A. W. Greenwood and family. The Greenwood Home, used by the EBTRR until 1956, was com- pletely renovated in 2007. Our tree-shaded, spacious side porch offers views of the historic narrow gauge East Broad Top. Station and Rockhill Trolley Museum are within easy walking distance.


814-447-3984, 814-599-6966 • E-Mail: trolley@innernet.net PO Box 272, Orbisonia, PA 17243 • ironrailbandb.com


Steam, Diesel Trains, Electric Cars


HOME OF THE NEBRASKA ZEPHYR


Send $3.50 for 32 page Guide Book or #10 SASE for Color Brochure with schedule &


discount coupon.


Located in Union, IL (McHenry Co.) near Marengo exit I-90 • 35 miles from O’Hare. Info: Schedules (taped):


(815)923-4000 Lodging: (847)695-7540


RAILWAY MUSEUM PO Box 427•Union, IL 60180


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$6.00 per person/$10.00 The Blue Ridge Chapter NRHS presents:


LYNCHBURG RAIL DAY 2011


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OR THE AMILY!


OUR 33RD YEAR!


2011 RAILROAD TOURS


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