The Strasburg Rail Road (reporting mark SRC) is a heritage railroad located near Strasburg, Pennsylvania. It operates excursion trains hauled by steam locomotives in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Across the street lies the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. The Strasburg Rail Road functions as the Museum's link to the Amtrak main line in Paradise, Pennsylvania.
Rail Road And Facility :
The 4½-mile Strasburg Rail Road takes visitors on a 45-minute round-trip journey from Strasburg to Leaman Place Junction. The train includes America's only operational wooden dining car which allows visitors to dine while riding. Attractions at the station include riding on a Cagney miniature steam train and powering a vintage pump car. A percentage of each train ticket is contributed to the Lancaster Farmland Trust.