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Easter Bunny Train Ride Wayne & Glen Rock trips are back for 2012!
Easter Bunny and many other costumed characters. Departures 9:30 am,12 noon and 2:30 pm. Run as a fundraiser to help railroad historic preservation.
On the March 31st the trains will depart from the NJ Transit Rt. 23 Transit Center at 9:30 am, 12 noon and 2:30 pm. These trips will run out through scenic Morris County and back. Along the way the trains will pass by the Boonton Restoration yard, where much of the railroad equipment destined for the NJ Transportation Heritage Center is being worked on or stored.
On April 1st the trains are scheduled to depart the NJ Transit Glen Rock Boro Hall station at 9:30 am, 12 noon and 2:30 pm. These trips will run up through Bergen County and beyond. Spring will be in the air as we ride along enjoying the scenes outside the windows and the activities inside the cars.
During the one hour and 30 minute ride the Easter Bunny will hop through the train and visit each child and give them a special gift from his basket. In addition each child can have his or her picture taken with the bunny so they can always remember their ride, so bring your cameras. Also on board will be other cartoon characters to entertain the kids and make for a great day out for all on board. For more information or to order tickets visit http://easterbunnytrain.com/
This year's trips are funding the restoration efforts of the Hamptonburgh NY Caboose Museum and the Middletown and New Jersey Railroad's GE 44 Ton locomotive #1. Plus the VRA's continued effort to help preserve NJ's rich railroad history.
So why not gather up the kids and Grandparents and join the VRA and the Easter Bunny on these fun train rides. You will not only have a great time with your family you will also be helping to preserve history for generations to come to enjoy.
Tickets for these trains usually sell out quickly so don't delay call or visit them on-line today. The ticket office is located at 80 Royal Avenue, Hawthorne in the train station. Ticket office hours - see the website. All other times just leave a message and we will call you back.
The Volunteer Railroaders Association is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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A non profit all volunteer group who's heart is into running public train rides. Funds raised are for the NJ state railroad museum and other local rail related historical preservation projects. Motor car aka speeder trips run for members and the public.