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A short line passenger railroad and demonstration museum. We offer excursions on rails laid out in the 1870s. The ride is a five-mile, 45 minute round trip through Olde Town Belton and the surrounding area.
Board our 1920s era passenger coach or our open-air excursion car; talk to the conductor; wave at the engineer of our 1950s diesel locomotive. Tour our train yard to see railroad equipment and cars. The train operates weekends, May through October. See our website for schedules.
Join us for a nostalgic excursion through the Ozark foothills in restored 1940-50 railcars, with live narration. Continental breakfasts, lunches and concessions are available. Saturday evening dinner trains and special holiday trains are offered. The Branson Depot, our departure point, is located one block from Branson Landing.
Enjoy a narrated, 14-mile tour of historic Hannibal aboard our trolleys. We stop at all major attractions; you may visit each site and re-board to continue your tour. We operate open air as the weather permit. Shuttle service and private tours are available by reservation for groups. We also are available to make your wedding special and unique.
Open April-October. Tickets: $10.
Scenic train rides through rolling farmland. Jesse James train robberies; Santa express; Murder mystery dinner train; haunted train car. Open Arril through New Year's Eve.
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