This is definately a vintage train. The staff at the terminal / ticket booth are very pleasant. I recommend that you sit on the passenger's left side of the train on departure so that you can see more (the right side hugs a hill side for quite a bit of the ride).
There are snacks available on the train (hotdogs, pretzels, popcorn, etc., beer and wine) but the train is moving back and forth making it difficult to stay standing while you get your food. You can bring your own food and drink for the trip.
Mid-way the train turns around. All of the passengers step off the train for this process. There are a couple of grills at the trun around point where lunch can be purchased, but the grills can't seem to feed everyone who's in line (so I suggest you move toward an exit as the train starts to slow down to be one of the first in line).
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