All our coaches feature steam heat. Any train that is powered by our steam locomotive is heated during cold weather. Diesel power trains are not heated. Our schedule pages always show if a train is expected to be powered by steam or diesel.
No, our equipment is not air-conditioned.
Due to the historic nature of our equipment, it may be necessary to substitute locomotives or passenger cars on short notice. The Everett Railroad reserves the right to change equipment or cancel an event at any time.
All departures (unless otherwise noted) are from Hollidaysburg, and our depot there opens one hour before the day’s earliest train.
We recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure to allow for parking and to pick up your boarding passes. We do not reserve seats; seating is first-come, first-serve.
Our depot in Hollidaysburg contains a small selection of t-shirts, hats, gifts and snacks which are available for purchase on train day. We do not sell concessions on the train.
When purchasing tickets online, you can use Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. We honor the same cards on site in our depot at Hollidaysburg. We do not accept PayPal or Apple Pay.
Number 11 is in service as the primary power on our tourist trains. Number 38 is undergoing restoration as time permits. We apologize that we cannot answer further questions about the operation or restoration of the locomotives at this time.
Depending on your event, we can provide you with a cost quote for a single car or an entire train. Please call 814-696-EVRR, or email us using the form on our Contact Page, providing as much information as possible about your event, and we will be happy to furnish a quote.
Please be aware that our trains run regardless of weather. Refunds are only available if the train does not operate.
Unfortunately, once you buy your tickets, we cannot exchange them for another date, time, or train.
Yes, restrooms and changing stations are available at Hollidaysburg.
At this time, our two coaches feature RV-style toilets. There is no running water on the train.
The equipment used by the Everett Railroad is historic in nature and, as such, is not handicap accessible. Most doorways are between 24 and 25 inches wide, and because of this, wheelchairs cannot be easily accommodated on the train.
Unless otherwise stated, patrons are welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages on the train. Alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited on all Everett Railroad trains and facilities unless explicitly stated otherwise.
The Everett Railroad offers General Admission seating, which is on a first-come, first-served basis.