Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Fall Foliage by Train

This is such a wonderful time of the year. The weather has cooled off and the leaves are getting ready to make the dramatic change before they slip from the grasp of the tree. If you would like to find yet another way to get out and see the changing of the leaves and leave the driving to someone else, than I have the plan for you. Why not take a train ride from Nashville to Cookeville and relax and enjoy the beauty of nature and forget about all the craziness in the world for a while? It is a day long excursion and if you have never taken a train trip, well than my friend, you have some living to do. Get outta that chair and get going and you can thank me later.
Sponsored By
Tennessee Central Railway Museum
Cookeville Super Fall Foliage
Excursion Trains!
Boarding at 7:30 AM Departure At 8:00 AM
From TC Ry Museum Station, 220 Willow St in Nashville TN
SATURDAY, October 14th, 21st & 28th, 2006
Come ride Tennessee Central Railway Museum’s classic traditional American
streamlined passenger train through the best fall foliage and scenery in Middle
Tennessee! You’ll travel through the Caney Fork River valley, see the bluffs at
SeboWisha, ride up and down the 3+% grade up to Silver Point and enjoy shopping in
Cookeville! Order your tickets soon as this trip will sell out quickly!
Regular Seats- $49 All Seats Are Reserved
Children Under 12- $28 Children Rate for Regular/1st Class Only
First Class Seats- $66
Dome Seats- $120 See Back for more details
Order Your Tickets NOW! This Trip Will Sell Out Quickly!
Ticket Ordering- FAX this Page or Cut Out and Mail the Completed Form Below Along with Your Payment, Check or
Money Order Payable to: TC Ry Museum 220 Willow St Nashville TN 37210-2159 Phone 615-244-9001
FAX 615-244-2120 We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard or VISA Credit/Debit Cards
Refreshments And Souvenirs For Sale On Board The Train
REGULAR SEATING- Our regular seating is dining car table seating with up to 4 seats to a table or in our
regular seat coach cars. Windows up to 5 feet wide are on both sides of the car and provide great views of
the passing countryside.
FIRST CLASS SEATING- Ride in style in our first class coach accommodations. Coach accommodations
are spacious reclining seats with 5 ft wide windows on both sides of the car.
DOME SEATING- The ultimate panoramic view from our train is from the 20 seats in our ex-Northern
Pacific Ry dome-coach car. You will ride in spacious cushioned seats in the glass-enclosed dome that is
above the roofline of the rest of the train. Passengers have an unobstructed 360-degree view of the entire
countryside. There are only 20 seats in the dome, so make your reservations extra early – these seats always
sell out first!
CHILDRENS SEATS- children under 2 years old who do not occupy a separate seat and ride in their
parents’ laps are no charge. Children 2 and older require a seat. The $28 childrens tickets are for
Passengers in Wheelchairs - Please contact Terry Bebout at the Museum ticket office, 615-244-9001 ext 4
for special arrangements.
RESERVATIONS- All seats are assigned and must be reserved in advance. Our trips sell out long before
the trip date, so make your reservations as early as possible. Reservations are made when we receive your
payment along with the ticket order form from the front bottom of this flyer. Payment can be made by 1)
check or 2) money order payable in US funds only to TC Ry Museum or 3) by American Express, Discover,
MasterCard or VISA credit or debit card. We will mail you your tickets and a map to the boarding location
at least 2 weeks before the trip date. More information- E-mail
DEPARTURE AND ARRIVAL TIMES- Boarding starts at 7:30 AM with departure at 8:00 AM sharp
for this trip. Arrival time in Nashville on the return trip will be approximately 6:00 PM.
REFRESHMENTS AND SOUVENIRS- Snack items are available for purchase on board the train during
the outbound trip. You can eat lunch in Cookeville or in our dining cars on the return trip to Nashville.
GROUP RATES- $40 per Regular Seat, $55 per First Class Seat for groups of 16 or more. Group
leaders must reserve their seats well in advance of the trip to ensure that their groups are seated together.

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