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|MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD|
110 Railroad Avenue
Hood River, OR 97031
541-386-3556 • 800-872-4661
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The fun begins the moment you step aboard this century-old railroad. Dating from the early 1900s, the Excursion Train is comprised of enclosed Pullman coaches, a concession car offering light food and beverage, a red caboose and an open air car.
Sit back, enjoy the great views and visit with friends and family as you travel along the river, through forests, meadows and numerous fruit orchards to the town of Parkdale. A live narration along the way covers local history and key points of interest. During the one hour layover, have a picnic in the park, sample local cafés, browse the gift shops, visit the Hutson Museum and take in stunning views of Mt. Hood. Be sure to bring a camera.
bring a camera.
Nestled peacefully in the fruit orchards, the little town of Parkdale hosts each train during the one hour layover.
Our excursions offer a warm, friendly and scenic tour that is great for family outings and children of all ages.
Every year thousands of visitors enjoy this leisurely excursion as part of the Mt. Hood loop, adding visits to Multnomah Falls, Bonneville Dam, and Timberline Lodge for a complete Oregon experience.
|CHARLIE RUSSELL CHEW CHOO|
408 NE. Main
Lewistown, MT 59457
406-535-5436 • 866-912-3989
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Welcome Aboard the Charlie Russell Chew Choo!
Join us for a spectacular evening as we travel through the mountains and prairies of central Montana. Experience the beauty of the rolling hills, vast ranchlands and breathtaking sunsets of Big Sky Country. Wildlife abounds on this scenic 56 mile round trip journey, with a plentiful supply of antelope, eagles, deer, hawks and coyotes. Be sure to watch out for the masked bandits - rumor has it hold-ups can occur when you least expect them!!
Crossing three historic trestles and passing through a half mile long tunnel, the three and one-half hour trip in climate-controlled, non-smoking coaches includes a full course prime rib dinner and dessert, no-host cash bar and music by local area entertainers. VIP Packages include priority boarding, preferred seating, a complimentary drink with dinner, a T-shirt and a disposable camera.
Your journey begins at Kingston Junction, ten miles northwest of Lewistown and follows the route of the old Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific railroad to Denton, MT and back again. The train travels on a spur track that was built in 1912-1913 connecting Lewistown and Great Falls.