ALL ABOARD! NORTH POLE EXPRESS CHRISTMAS TRAIN RIDES BEGIN NOV. 26

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November 10, 2010 (Campo) -- In association with Santa Claus, the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo announces the sixth annual North Pole Limited Christmas Trains. Rides begin Thanksgiving weekend on November 26 and run through December 18.

 

The fun begins at the lighted Campo Depot with fun and good cheer. Once the Limited leaves theDepot Santa's Elves will serve cookies and hot chocolate. The Elves will visit with the passengers as the Limited rockets toward the North Pole. An on-board book reading of a famous train Christmas story leads up to the magical arrival at Santa's Workshop. Santa will board the train for the return trip to Campo and visit with all children on the train.
 

The Elves invite the children to wear their pajamas, just make sure they're dressed warmly!
 

The Christmas Trains are very popular and seating is limited, please don't get left behind! Place your reservations as soon as possible. Both regular and First Class seats are available. First Class riders travel in a luxurious private railway car.

 

Friday evening trains depart at 5 p.m. Saturday trains depart at 5 and 7 p.m. Train includes a large gift shop, and clean modern restroom; free lighted parking is available.

 

The Christmas Train rides are produced in conjunction with the Mountain Empire High School and are a favorite for children (and adults) of all sizes and ages.

 

Please visit the Christmas Train page at http://sdrm.org/npl/ for event dates and links to the Museum's on-line reservation system.