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The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad is nestled 37 miles outside of Philadelphia in Bucks County’s premiere destination; New Hope, Pennsylvania. A Delaware river town chock-full of niche shops and resturants, a fitting locale for a day or night out with friends & family. We provide a glimpse into travel of a bygone era on historic trains traveling over tracks that were laid in 1891 by the North-East Pennsylvania Railroad.
Join us on an entertaining and educational adventure perfect for riders of all ages and interests as you journey through the hills and valleys of beautiful Bucks County.
Relive the golden age of rail travel and take a front row seat as you take in the passing scenery of streams, scenic farmland, historic buildings, bridges and surroundings. On-board narration, provided on most trips, detail the history and folklore of the railroad, the towns, as well as points of interest along the line.
Founded : 1891
What do we do? : The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad hosts year-round journeys that capture the mystique of rail travel;
Traditional Excursions featuring live narration, our newest excursion “The Buckingham Valley” an extended evening version of our Traditional Excursion, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on the rails, Specialty seasonal excursions, notably our Fall Foliage trips in October, and our famous, annual family tradition “The North Pole Express”
weburl : https://www.newhoperailroad.com/
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