Waterloo Central Railway Heritage Train
The Waterloo Central Railway is a volunteer-run and passenger supported diesel-hauled heritage railway that runs between the City of Waterloo, the St. Jacobs Farmers Market and the Village of St. Jacobs. They offer a fully day’s experience for the whole family in the heart of Waterloo Region.
Their equipment includes a 1914-era little red caboose and a 1920s-era passenger car. Passengers may hop-on and hop-off our train to suit their schedule. Lunch at the Market and an afternoon in the Village is always popular. The St. Jacobs shop is open with two steam engines under active restoration.
Where: Central Railway Station, 10 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo
When: October 15 2011
Cost: $15.00 Adults; $12.00 Students and Seniors; $10.00 Children, Children under 3 ride free.
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