New Tourist Railroad Opens Up


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A historic train line used to service iron forges in Pennsylvania's rural Berks and Montgomery counties has been revived to serve a nascent tourism industry.
The Colebrookdale Railroad, an 8-mile stretch between Pottstown and Boyertown to the north, uses century-old passenger cars on a 150-year-old rail bed to take passengers through what operators call a "secret valley."

This has been in the works for awhile, but it's still refreshing to see some good news on the preservation front. This road is located between Philadelphia and Reading, PA.