Posted: May 14, 2012 at 1:33 PM [May 14, 2012]
All Aboard! Southern Michigan Railroad Society enters their 30th year of operating historic and antique trains along one of Michigan's oldest rail corridors in Lenawee County. Come Ride the Rails on Saturday, May 19 departing from Clinton at the museum building, 320 S. Division Street, at 11 a.m. or 2 p.m. for a leisurely ride to Tecumseh where you'll have a chance to walk around the town, shop, grab something to eat, and then pick up the train for the trip back to Clinton. Plan for a 2.25 hour round trip excursion.
Already in Tecumseh visiting this historic town and shops, then pick up the train at 12:30 at the northeast corner of Chicago Boulevard and Evans Street, next to the Wild Iris Shop and come visit our museum of railroad history.
Fares are cash or check only with adults at $10, seniors 65 and older at $8 and youth ages 2 years to 12 years at $6. Tickets in Tecumseh are available from the conductor on the train.
Come Ride the Rails! Join us for an exciting year as our volunteers celebrate 30 years of owning, managing, operating, and restoring this 175 plus railroad corridor! More information is available on our web at www.southernmichiganrailroad.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give our museum a call at 517-456-7677.