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Hop aboard a Pennsylvania scenic railway for fall foliage tour

Shirley McMarlin
Hop aboard one of Pennsylvania’s old-fashioned scenic railways for a fall foliage tour.

When you take a fall foliage car trip, the driver necessarily misses out on some of the colorful vistas. You can eliminate that problem by letting someone else steer — hop aboard one of these Pennsylvania scenic railways.

These old-fashioned trains and trolleys operate during the fall. Some have special fall foliage, pumpkin and Halloween tour dates.

1. Colebrookdale Railroad, Boyertown

2. Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway in Jim Thorpe

3. Northern Central Railway Steam Into History, New Freedom

4. Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad, Titusville

5. Rockhill Trolley Museum, Rockhill Furnace

6. Steamtown National Historic Site “Scranton Limited,” Scranton

Source: visitpa.com

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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