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We were staying in the Hawley area; my husband is a train buff so we made reservations to take a ride on the Stourbridge Line.
The ride, round trip from Honesdale, PA, was about 3 1/2 hours long.
While it was a wonderful trip it...More
Took the 3 1/2 hour trip from Honesdale on the Stourbridge Rail this past weekend. The train was sold out, fortunately we had already purchased tickets. The train traveled along the river. The foliage was ok, a little late in the season. The ride was...More
To start with, the parking lot is a confusion.Moreover, it is in a very bad condition with lots of potholes.I undertand that the seating is free but that doesn't mean that they can help to put a group together if requested in advance.When I tried...More
The Idea of riding an old train to see the Fall Folliage always appeal to me.
On a driving trip to NYC, Honesdale is sort of on my way and I read about this train excursion the day I was driving to the City. Got...More
Enjoyed a relaxing ride on the Stourbridge Rail on a fall day. The train had 4 cars.
Snacks on the train. The train has a restroom plus the visitor center. The train takes
You along the river. We saw 6 deer! The train has special...More
The train ride between Honesdale and Hawley follows the river. It took about 45 minutes each way at a leisurely pace. The train cars were clean and the A/C felt good on a 90+ degrees day. Everyone was very friendly especially the ticket agent.
We took the mid week ride on the Stroubridge line from Honesdale to Hawley and back. Our conductors provided sighting tips and history of the railway. Nice way to spend an hour and half during our stay in the Poconos. Air conditioned car welcomed on...More
To book it call 570-253-5492 or go on line. You can pick up your tickets at The Visitors Center. Boarding is a half hour before the train ride. A couple of volunteers answer questions before you leave and along the way. The conductor gives a...More
We took this train ride as a spur of the moment something to do on a rainy day. Lucked out by having a park ranger on board the train talking about the eagles who reside along the river which the rails follow. Very friendly staff...More