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Hudson River Valley - Train Tours
The Historic "Water Level Route" of ...
The 20th Century Limited
Hudson River Valley - Train Tours
Stunning River Views - as you travel at 110 miles per hour through 6 Rock Tunnels, under 14 Magnificent Bridges, passing abandoned Island Castles (See-Bannerman's Castle - below), small towns, large, old, river cities, quaint once-magnificent Estates - Roosevelt's Springwood, Vanderbilts, Washington Irving's Sleepy Hollow, Rockefeller's Kykuit and hundreds and hundreds of historic sites.
As part of Your tour, You can stop and visit part of our shared history, enjoy a country Winery, explore a grand estate and mansion, and some really good restaurants. All the way to the Albany and the Capital region and beyond. Stop at West Point for a guided tour and luncheon at the Hotel Thayer, enjoy several different Hudson River Cruises, famous artist home-estates such as Olana, Springwood, ancestral home of the Roosevelts. Going back even further in time, visit the old Dutch Estates at Philipse Manor or VanCortlandt Manor. Whew.
You can Enjoy So many One-Day Tours or better-yet - spend a night or two and add some very good Wineries. The list is almost endless. And this is only a small part of Your New York State Train Tours. Plan on taking at-least One Train Tour THIS year. - We look forward to meeting you, soon.
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Your Train Ride Experience is Part of Your Tour - Not Only for Transportation
Your Motorcoach or Our Motorcoach ! 1 - Day & Overnight Tours
NOTE - We offer Group Tours ONLY - and ALL prices INCLUDE a motorcoach PER EACH ITINERARY. Your Train Ride experience is Part of Your Tour - Not only for transportation
If you prefer to use Your favorite Coach Company for the entire tour, please let us know the COACH COMPANY NAME and you can book and pay them directly and we will give you a Credit of $1,000 per day from your total amount due.
We do all the Work.
You have All the FUN.
Poughkeepsie New York
Station Amtrak & Metro North
Although Most of Our Tours travel on MetroNorth ... Many of Our Adventures Involve a Journey on Amtrak Up into Beautiful Northern New York
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1. YOU Can Modify ALL Tours to Suit the Interest & Budget of Your Group
2. YOU can Create YOUR Perfect Tour. We Do the Work - YOU have the FUN
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For the Complete Story in the "Hudson Highlands"
19 of Our Wonderful Tours Pass Right-by this Castle
Just one of the many stunning, magnificent, historical, sights along the Hudson River - in the Hudson Highlands near Cold Spring and West Point - One of the 70+ Daily Trains along this section of Hudson's River (early name). This Route sees 16 Daily Trains to and from Chicago, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Montreal, and it is only 55 miles from Grand Central and Penn Station - Manhattan,NY City.
Although not all of our trips go all the way to Montreal, you will travel through an expansive and beautiful area of New York State, with Lake Champlain on One Side & further south the glorious Hudson River on the other side.
When You are passing through the Hudson River Valley, there is the historic Bannerman's Castle constructed by Francis Bannerman. He first purchased the island, from the Taft family as a site for extra munitions storage when the Bannerman's Armaments filled an entire city block in Brooklyn. Eventually, he moved his facility to the Castle when the city laws said he needed to find an addtional storage area outside of the NY City limits.
Later in life he and his wife Helen decided to build a castle in honor of his family's homeland. He built a Scottish castle and simple Residence in 1901. Later they used it as a summer residence where Helen covered the grounds in beautiful gardens.
Currently the castle is being restored, however they do have walking tours around the grounds which still have the same flowers and gardens that Helen Bannerman began planting in 1901.