Come visit the Greenfield Caboose and Kings Station! 4000 RT 9N, Greenfield NY Duration 45 Minutes About Ride the flyer and have the chance to ride a real caboose or
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Celebrate the holidays in style by joining us on this enchanting train ride, where you’ll find the perfect Christmas tree at out Kings Station nestled in the woods. Book your tickets now to make this season truly special.
- All Ages
- 2 Hours
Experience the enchantment of the holiday season aboard our festive train. From twinkling lights to joyful elves and Santa, it’s a magical journey. Book your tickets now and make this holiday unforgettable!
- All Ages
- 1 Hour
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Scenic Corinth Train Rides
We offer a variety of train rides suited for families, friends, or a special outings! Our trains operate out of Corinth Station and offer guests a chance to see the beauty of the Southern Adirondacks. Our trip will take us about seven miles to the south before returning to Corinth.
The Adirondack Company originally built this historic line in 1864 by Dr. Thomas Durant from Saratoga Springs to North Creek. Let us take you back in time and relax as you enjoy a beverage on a leisurely excursion!
We are perfect for weddings, corporate events and private parties! We can host up to 130 guests!
Saratoga Corinth and Hudson Railway
Book a private train ride! Weddings, engagements, reunions, birthdays, corporate events, anything you want! Our train can host up to 130 guests. We have the ability to work with other online venues such as Fossil Stone Vineyards to create a once in a lifetime event.
Private cars start at $900 for up to 40 guests and can be customized for events. We can also run additional trains for your event. Want a spot for meeting place? Rent our cars for a stationary meeting or business event!
Historic Locomotive ALCO 5
Ride behind historic locomotive Alco 5! Built by the American Locomotive Company in 1947 at Schenectady NY. Completely original, Alco 5 is an 660hp S-1 locomotive and was the last locomotive to leave the factory in 1989.