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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $100 for two adult tickets to your choice of Valentine’s Day excursion ($144.90 value)
- $92 for one adult ticket and one child ticket to your choice of Valentine’s Day excursion ($131.95 value)
- The schedule covers not just February 14th, but the 13th and 15th as well.
The railroad has a number of Valentine’s Day excursions on offer, all of which are two-hour round trips that depart from Boyertown. Customers can opt for the Champagne and Sweets Train, which includes chocolate, roses, live harp music from Betsy Chapman, and your choice of bubbling Champagne, hard cider, or sparkling juice from The Other Farm Brewing Company. During this excursion, couples can move from the cafe coach to the restored passenger coach, and finally, the open car to look out on the winter sky.
On the Friends, Family, and Singles Fun Train, passengers dance to the music of a live DJ while enjoying hard cider and locally sourced appetizers. The Valentine’s Mimosa Express, on the other hand, includes champagne and orange juice, as well as classical music.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 16, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Online reservation required 48hr in advance; all reservations musts be completed in advance by the redeemer of the Groupon. No ticket transfers. Valid for coach & dining café car seating only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Purchase does not complete choice of train excursions reservation. Groupons not accepted at the ticket window on the date of the excursions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Colebrookdale Railroad
Trains on the The Colebrookdale Railroad still ferry passengers and goods down the same tracks laid just after the Civil War. The surrounding lands, architecture, and industry have changed little the intervening 150 years, so rides on the line's locomotives also act as a journey through the area's history of ironworking. Given that the railroad passes through beautifully serene woodlands that are home to white-tailed deer and bald eagles, it's no wonder that the conductors call it the Secret Valley Line. The train also passes by old forges, ironworks, and even the historic Georgian-style Pottsgrove Manor, a mansion built by Pottstown founder John Potts in 1752.