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New Hope & Ivyland Rail Road

New Hope & Ivyland Rail Road Review

The passenger train, pulled by an authentic steam locomotive or vintage diesel, makes a 9-mi, 45-minute scenic round-trip between New Hope and Lahaska. The route crosses a trestle used in the rescue scenes in silent films like The Perils of Pauline. The New Hope depot is an 1891 Victorian gem. Special events, which require reservations, include dinner trips on Saturday evenings and holiday excursions in December.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 32 W. Bridge St., New Hope, PA 18938 | Map It
  • Phone: 215/862–2332
  • Cost: $18.50
  • Hours: Jan.–Mar., weekends; Apr.–late May and Nov., Fri.–Sun.; late May–Oct. and late Dec., daily; early Dec., Thurs.–Sun.; daily departure times vary
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  • Location: New Hope
Updated: 05-19-2011

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