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Cascadian - Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad
Address: P.O Box 921, Elbe, WASHINGTON, 98330 USA. Tel.: (360) 569-2588 Toll Free: (888) STEAM 11
Experience the Golden Age of Steam as you chug across spectacular bridges, clickety-clack through lush tall forests. Whistle at majestic Mt. Rainier and let off steam by Mineral Lake. All trains are pulled by vintage steam locomotives. Currently they are not operating Cascadian dinner train at this time. But make sure you visit their website for latest updates.
Hits: 10823   3.73 Votes: 11 Rate/Vote It 3-Oct-2002

Chehalis Centralia Railroad
Address: 1945 S. Market Blvd, Chehalis, WASHINGTON, 98532 USA. Tel.: (360) 748-9593 Toll Free:
We are presently one of only a few steam powered standard gauge tourist railroads in the State of Washington. Our trains operate over a nine mile section of track that extends southwest from Chehalis. This historic rail line was previously operated by the Milwaukee Road, and later the Chehalis Western Railroad. A ride on the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad is a pleasant, scenic and relaxing journey back in time. This 18-mile, two hour round trip departs Chehalis at 5:00pm. You will enjoy your choice of salmon, chicken, or prime rib on board our dining car. Pre-paid reservations are required.
Hits: 7318   3.00 Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It 27-Sep-2002

Moulton Falls BBQ
Address: P.O. Box 1271, Battle Ground, WASHINGTON, 98604 USA. Tel.: (360) 686-3559 Toll Free:
The Battle Ground, Yacolt & Chelatchie Prairie Railroad (BYCX), an all volunteer, non-profit organization, has restored excursion service to the portion of the former Northern Pacific Yacolt Branch line between Yacolt, WA and Chelatchie Prairie, WA, and is working to restore service to Battle Ground. Ride the evening train to Moulton Falls and enjoy a western style BBQ Summer 2003 Dates to be announced: Reservations Required. All of our excursions to moulton falls include a trip through a 300 foot long tunnel and a half hour layover at moulton falls.
Hits: 4616   2.25 Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It 8-Oct-2002

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