Journey To Another Time on a Scenic and Historic Train Ride

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Experience the Historic Georgetown Loop Train

The Georgetown Loop Railroad® brings Colorado history to life in a fun adventure that will thrill the entire family. The beauty of the rugged Rocky Mountains surrounds you as an old-time locomotive chugs its way up the canyon, hauling your train past the remains of several gold and silver mines.

The railroad features both open and enclosed heated cars. Open cars allow an unobstructed view of everything along the line, while the heated cars are used in May, October, November, and December, as needed. Departures are available from the Silver Plume Depot or Devil’s Gate Station in Georgetown. Gift shops at both ends of the line offer outstanding selections of railroad themed items, books, clothing, snack foods, and hot and cold drinks. Food is permitted on the train.

The train operates daily from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day in October, and then every weekend through December.

Be sure to visit the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District, established in 1966. The two towns have one of the largest concentrations of Victorian buildings in the country, with many unique shops and restaurants.

The Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park and its surrounding communities provide the perfect way to spend a day!

Reservations

Reservations are recommended!

Purchase Tickets by visiting www.georgetownlooprr.com or by calling (888) 456-6777. Payment in full is required at time of booking.  MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover are accepted.

Purchasing Tickets Onsite. Tickets may be purchased at the Devil’s Gate Station in Georgetown and the Silver Plume Depot. Trains depart from both locations, check the schedule for departure times.

Georgetown Loop Railroad

Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park
Toll Free Reservations:
(888) 456-6777

General Inquiries:
info@historicrailadventures.com

Group reservations & events:
Susan Edge, (303) 569-0133

For more information go to the Georgetown Loop Railroad’s web site www.georgetownlooprr.com