Learn more about Evening Ridge Runner Train Ride.
Attention All Train Enthusiasts and Adventure Seekers!
Introducing the Evening Ridge Runner - a captivating journey through the Chattanooga landscape at dusk. Starting May 26 and 27, you have the unique opportunity to embark on this unforgettable adventure with the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.
Imagine gliding aboard our authentic 1940s, 50s, and 60s passenger cars, powered by the magnificent, 112-year-old steam engine #4501. This enchanting twilight ride is a one-of-a-kind experience that will leave you in awe!
Delight in the historic pre-Civil War era Missionary Ridge tunnel and marvel at the engineering feat of multiple bridges. As you reach the East Chattanooga Depot, immerse yourself in lively tunes and witness an impressive turntable demonstration. This mesmerizing journey lasts approximately 65 minutes, perfect for all ages.
Craving something scrumptious? Customize your trip with a savory Charcuterie Box or a delectable Sweet Treats Dessert Box to satisfy your taste buds. And for those who want to get up close and personal, cab rides will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the ticket window. Just remember to wear pants and closed-toed shoes!
With tickets priced at just $30 per person, you won't want to miss this extraordinary experience. Departures are from Chattanooga (4119 Cromwell Rd, Chattanooga, TN), and all times are Eastern Standard Time.
Book Now and not only will you indulge in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, but you'll also support the preservation of railroad history. As a non-profit organization, the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum relies on your contribution to restore and maintain our vintage trains and equipment. By purchasing a ticket, you're helping to keep the rich history of railroads alive for future generations to cherish.
Don't let this incredible opportunity pass you by. Secure your spot on the Evening Ridge Runner today and create unforgettable memories with us!
About Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum:
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is a railway museum located in Chattanooga and Delano, Tennessee. It was established in 1961 to preserve and operate historic railway equipment for the education and enjoyment of future generations. The museum features a variety of vintage trains and railcars, including steam locomotives, diesel locomotives, passenger cars, and freight cars. Visitors can experience the history of rail travel through excursions, exhibits, and hands-on activities. The museum operates on a historic rail line, offering scenic rides through the Hiwassee Loop and providing a unique perspective on the region's history and culture. With its rich heritage, educational programs, and engaging events, the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is a must-visit destination for railway enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
You can reach us through email at email@example.com, by phone at 423-894-8028, or by clicking on the chat button located in the lower right corner of our website at https://www.tvrail.com.
Did you know that when you purchase a ticket with the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, you are helping to preserve the history of railroads?
As a non-profit organization, it takes a lot of resources to restore and maintain our vintage trains and equipment. In fact, it can cost up to $1.5 million to completely rebuild a steam engine, which must be done every 15 years or sooner. Your support helps us to continue to share this important piece of history with the community. So not only are you enjoying a unique and memorable experience, you are also contributing to the preservation of railroad history.