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Mother’s Day Twilight Train Ride

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, what better way to celebrate than with a twilight train ride? The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum invites you to join a special 8 PM journey featuring Steam Star Number 630, a magnificent 120-year-old locomotive, ferrying riders and moms for a memorable evening ride.

Ticket Options:

  1. Traditional Ride
    Experience the historic charm of rail travel with a traditional twilight train ride.
  2. Traditional Ride + Gourmet Chocolate Box
    Elevate the journey by adding a delicious box of gourmet chocolates, making it the perfect gift for chocolate lovers.

Book online at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum and complete your Mother’s Day celebration with this unforgettable twilight train journey.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What is the historical significance of Steam Star Number 630?
Steam Star Number 630, built in 1904 by the American Locomotive Company, is a 2-8-0 “Consolidation” type steam locomotive with a rich legacy. Originally serving the Southern Railway, this beloved engine is now one of the museum’s historic treasures, representing a pivotal era in American rail travel.

2. What makes the Mother’s Day Twilight Train Ride unique?
This twilight train ride provides a rare opportunity to experience the magic of Steam Star Number 630 in the evening. The 8 PM departure time offers stunning twilight views, creating a perfect backdrop for celebrating mothers while enjoying the locomotive’s timeless beauty.

3. What amenities are available onboard the train?
Passengers can expect a comfortable journey in traditional coach cars, with an option to indulge in gourmet chocolates. The train is equipped with restroom facilities and friendly staff to ensure an enjoyable experience.

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