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An expedition on the Colebrookdale Railroad is your ticket to create memories to last a lifetime. Check out our unique accommodations, theme trains, or book reservations for your group's special event. All aboard!

Welcome to the Colebrookdale Railroad…


Lost in the deep woods sheltering the Manatawny and Ironstone Creeks is a mythical secret valley. Though today only white-tailed deer, great blue heron, and bald eagles know the beauty of this legendary land, it was once the province of pioneers and patriots.

Their stories can be heard in the soft winds whispering through the tall trees and towering trestles of the Colebrookdale Railroad - a magical, forgotten railway to the heart of this Secret Valley. The "Secret Valley Line" is your ticket to a place and time when iron rails connected a divided people and the heart of the nation pulsed with the potent energy of the steam locomotive.

Completed by soldiers home from the Civil War just four months after the Transcontinental Railroad united the East and West, the Colebrookdale is a record of epic engineering and heroic human drama. Eight-point-six miles long and a century-and-a-half back in time, the Secret Valley Line beckons you to experience for yourself the unexpected treasures of Southeastern Pennsylvania.

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  • St. Patrick's Day - A Party on Rails!

    Celebrate St. Patrick's Day on the Colebrookdale Railroad with revelry and boisterous merrymaking! - A PARTY YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!

  • Spring is coming - and so is the Easter Bunny!

    A great way to make Easter memories that will last a lifetime is to join Peter Cottontail aboard the Colebrookdale Railroad!

  • Winter Photo Special Announced!

    The Winter Photo Special will be a unique experience and the first time offered on the Colebrookdale Railroad! Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 10 AM-4 PM.

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