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I have taken my daughter every year for 4 years. Every year it has been great except this year! We sat in silence for about 20 minutes. You couldn’t hear the people from every part of the train. They stood in one spot. They had...More
We had a family group of 12 on the Polar Express. We were all first timers. The train ride was nice and lasted a perfect amount of time. The hot chocolate was good along with the cookies. The entertainment was a nice surprise! Santa was...More
We (four 50-ish adults) rode the "Durbin Rocket" in mid-September. The scenery was lovely. We could sit on a bench in a car right behind the engine or in a closed car (windows are open). It is a three-hour trip with a stop at the...More
This was a group tour of about 64 people. We rode on the Cass Bald Knob Train, the Cheat Mountain Salamander, the Durbin Rocket and the Mountain Explorer Dinner Train. All the train rides were excellent. Plenty of interesting scenery and guides to explain the...More
Our trip to the high falls aboard the Flyer was awesome. We had our grandchildren along for their first train ride and they were very entertained. The car was clean and the views were beautiful. The lunch wasn't the greatest, but was ok. Just lunch...More
My husband and I really enjoyed the Tygart Flyer train ride. The train was actually pretty smooth. We got seats in the parlor car and there was plenty of room and we had great views. The falls were amazing.
Our host was Dillon and he...More
Went with a group and got the up front train with nice seats, table, wine and sandwiches. Dylan did a nice job keeping us entertained and serving. Not bumpy or loud, will not get "car sick" and if you have not done it, do it.
My dad and sister and I are touring West Virginia and decided a train ride to the waterfalls would be nice. We were surprised there were no train seats in the train cars, only tables and chairs, but the ridr was pleasant and the cold...More
From Elkins Depot it says no in their rules, however I don’t remember them being very strict. I think I took a water bottle. I went on one that served lunch and that began very shortly after our trip began!