New railway explores beauty of Southern Adirondacks

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The Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway just celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The train leaves from Corinth Station and runs through the Southern Adirondacks.

The line was first built in 1864 by the Adirondack Company and was recently refurbished.

Passengers can choose to ride in first class, a standard coach, or in open air seating, which is picnic table style.

The standard coach is a historic locomotive, which was first built in 1943.

They are hoping to have themed rides, such as a pizza night or a sundae night, with more themes planned as the seasons change.

The train runs Saturdays and Sundays, and each ride is about an hour and a half.
Learn about how long the project took by watching the video.

This story comes to us from the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce.