October 23 our 10:00 run is SOLD OUT!
Seats are still available for the 2:30 run. This weekend we have Scream Into History, Civil War Ghost Stories and Robert E. Lee! Check out the schedule for times.
Steam Into History
The William H. Simpson #17 is a faithful replica of the Civil War steam locomotive that carried Abraham Lincoln to deliver his now famous Gettysburg Address. These same tracks carried Lincoln's funeral train two years later. You can now ride on our newly built 1860s replica steam locomotive with our newly built coaches that arrived at the end of September 2013.
Your patronage is very important to us, we are open for business. Check our calendar for dates and times and purchase tickets by clicking on the red banner to the left of the screen marked "Tickets and Schedule". Prices are listed once you select a date. There will be a $1 handling fee added to each ticket.
Please note, all round-trip excursions will leave from and return to New Freedom. The notation on the calendar for Glen Rock or Hanover Junction is telling you that you will ride to Glen Rock or Hanover Junction. The Glen Rock runs are one hour long, the Hanover Junction rides are two and a half hours long. All rides are round-trip. They will all return to New Freedom.
Questions? You can refer to the FAQs selection listed at the top of this site or you can call the office Wednesday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Our phone number is 717-942-2370.
Steam Into History, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, educational, charitable organization.
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