What better way to enjoy the beauty of the Adirondacks than with a tall glass of wine OR beer on a train?

Adirondack Railroad via Facebook
Adirondack Railroad via Facebook
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The Adirondack Railroad is back once again this year with their Beer & Wine Train rides. Take the night off and enjoy yourself as you cruise through the countryside, sipping on a variety of different New York wines and brews.

The Beer & Wine Train makes for a perfect first date, an ideal night out with your significant other, or a fun time with your friends. The two and a half hour train ride takes you north from Utica's Union Station all the way up to Remsen.

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If alcohol and scenery weren't enough, each trip features a different band to make your ride even more enjoyable. Here's a lineup of their upcoming bands and train rides this season.

  • May 20th - Spencer Morgan of "The Last Left"
  • June 17th - The Old Main
  • July 22nd - Shawn "Big Sexy Smith
  • August 12th - The Nelson Brothers
  • August 26th - Janet Batch
  • September 16th - Gridley Paige
  • September 30th - Master Thieves
  • October 14th - The Dovetones
  • October 28th - Max Scialdone

The train will depart from Utica for each trip at 6:30pm and arrive back by 9:00pm. You can also reserve the Adirondack Railroad trains for private charter service and group events.

Adirondack Railroad via Facebook
Adirondack Railroad via Facebook
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Call their office at 1-800-819-2291 for additional ticket details and pricing. You can also learn more about the Adirondack Railroad on their website.

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