New Jersey's Scenic Train Rides and Museums

New Jersey's Scenic Train Rides and Museums

New Jersey's Scenic Train Rides and Museums

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NJ TrainsPhiladelphia, PA - New Jersey is home to several scenic train rides. The Whippany Railway Museum, Cape May Seashore Lines, and Black River & Western Railroad are just a few of them. Each offers a different experience and will make your visit a memorable one. You can also visit many local railroad museums and attractions, including Maywood Station Museum.

Whippany Railway Museum

There are many ways to enjoy New Jersey's scenic train rides. Whether you're interested in local history or an adventurer, you'll find an experience to suit your fancy. From the Whippany Railway Museum to the historic Garden State Parkway, you can experience all the fun of a New Jersey train ride on an excursion. Scenic train rides are fun to experience New Jersey's breathtaking scenery. Whether you're looking for a memorable day out with the kids or just want to unwind, you'll find a scenic train ride to be perfect. These rides are not only scenic but also family-friendly and a great way to spend a fall day.

Black River & Western Railroad

If you're looking for a scenic train ride in New Jersey, you might want to check out the Black River and Western Railroad. It's located in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and operates between Flemington and Lambertville. Riders can enjoy vintage diesel and steam locomotives on this train ride. The scenic train ride takes approximately an hour and 15 minutes and includes a 15-minute layover, which is great for exploring the museum car and gift shop. The ticket prices vary depending on the age of the passenger, and some train rides are themed around holidays.

Maywood Station Museum

The Maywood Station Museum is a historic train station that the Maywood Station Historical Committee has lovingly restored. The station is listed on the New Jersey and National historical registers. The museum features original woodwork, furnishings, and even Victorian-period light fixtures and sconces. The bay window area and benches have also been faithfully recreated. The Maywood Station Museum was recently featured in a full-length article in Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine, which has more than 100,000 subscribers worldwide. The museum's collection features a General Lee Dodge Charger, featured in the 1970s television series The Dukes of Hazard.

Cape May Seashore Lines

A train ride on Cape May Seashore Lines is one of the most scenic things you can do in the Garden State. The 27-mile ride is 43.5 kilometers long and provides breathtaking views of the magical seashore. The train rides connect two towns in southern New Jersey: Richland and Tuckahoe. They also offer themed excursion trips throughout the year. The Seashore Lines Railroad runs diesel-powered engines and refurbished passenger coaches on standard-gauge tracks. They also maintain a steel water tank and a historic train depot in Tuckahoe Village. Depending on when you travel, you can choose a regular excursion train or special motor car trains to see the Cape May Lighthouse and the beaches.

Lackawanna car 2454

A Lackawanna railroad club car has returned to service. Originally built in 1903, Lackawanna car 2454 has been restored by the Whippany Railway Museum in New Jersey. The car was restored with the help of volunteers from the museum. On June 20, 2021, the car was dedicated by the Lackawanna Railroad's Miss Phoebe Snow. Car 2454 was restored by volunteers and contractors over three and a half years. It was a labor-intensive project that took hundreds of thousands of donated and grant dollars. When it was finished, the Lackawanna featured a fresh coat of paint and the iconic "LACKAWANNA" emblazoned across its top. Unfortunately, the train was vandalized many times during its restoration, but it eventually reopened to passengers in June 2021.

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