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Adirondack Railroad to Offer Specialty Train Experiences this Winter

If you’re looking to get out of the house this winter and do something fun and close to home, hop aboard the Adirondack Railroad on one of their featured train rides this winter. 

The Cabin Fever Limited Train Experience: Roundtrip from Utica’s Union Station to the Remsen Depot where you’ll enjoy a warm fire, hot chocolate, and smores. Start time is 11 am and the duration is three hours.

Dates are: January 23rd and 29th, February 6th and 20th, and March 26th. For tickets and more information, go to

The Adirondack Valentine’s Day Dinner Train: A romantic dinner and train ride from

Utica’s Union Station to the Remsen Depot. Enjoy a hand-crafted menu from local

chef Patrick O’Connor, owner of Feast & Festivities by O’Connor’s. Includes one complementary drink. Train departs at 6 pm and arrives back at 8 pm.

Dates are: February 11th and 12th. For pricing, menu and to purchase tickets, go to

“The Adirondack Railroad is pleased to be able to offer these unique, upscale dining trains to the Central New York area,” said Justin Gonyo, general manager of the Adirondack Railroad. “We are also pleased to offer winter departures from Union Station for the first time in our 30 year history.  We are always looking for ways to offer new experiences for our passengers.”

COVID compliance and mask wearing will follow regulations in place at that time.

The Adirondack RR trains are also available for private charter service and group events.

Contact our office (1-800-819-2291) for details and pricing or visit the website at

Since 1992, The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society (ARPS) that operates the Adirondack Railroad has built a successful tourist attraction, operating on track owned by the State of New York, a former New York Central line located in upstate New York and the Adirondack region.

The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society is a volunteer-based organization. Together with our staff, volunteers have donated approximately 300,000 hours to protect our historic railway and enrich the Adirondack experience for tourists and residents of our region.

The Adirondack Railroad is operated by the Adirondack Railway Preservation Society and is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with main offices in Utica, New York.