are only two places in the world with the unique combination of
climate, location and types of trees that causes such a brilliant
display of color: New England and, we're told, part of Japan."
......QUOTE- NH DIV OF TOURISM
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Lakes Region Info
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Lodging in Lincoln
Lodging Meredith & Weirs Beach White Mountains
FROM LINCOLN NH - Hobo Foliage Time TrainsGo to our FALL SCHEDULE:
Departing Hobo Junction Station in our restored vintage coaches, you will travel along the banks of the Pemigewasset River on a historic rail system that dates back to the late 1800’s when logging was the primary industry. Along the way, you may see kayakers and fishermen enjoying the river during the spring and summer months, while the colors of Autumn take center stage throughout the Fall Foliage season from mid-September through late October.
We are at the western end of the "Kancamagus Highway" right at exit 32 off I-93. Look for the Golden Arches and we are located across the street. Purchase tickets
Tickets: $19 for adults- Child $14 (ages 4 to 12), while ages 3 and under are free .
Fall Foliage Specials Departing from Meredith at 11am
Sept 25, & 26 October: 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11,15, 16 ,17, 22, 23 & 24
FROM MEREDITH and WEIRS BEACH
Go to our FALL SCHEDULE:
The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad offers 1 and 2 hour round-trip Fall Foliage
train rides on weekends & holidays after Labor Day
Trains go along the western shore of Lake
Winnipesaukee from Weirs Beach to Lakeport and back.
Purchase tickets here for Weirs Beach Departures only
FROM MEREDITH -
Turkey Dinner Trains
at 5pm - Sept. 26 and Oct.3, 10, 17, 19
a complete turkey dinner aboard the train catered by Hart's Turkey
Farm! Your round trip Fall Foliage Dinner Train will depart Meredith
Station and travel south along the western shore of Lake Winnipesaukee
though the village of Weirs Beach and along Paugus Bay towards Lakeport,
NH and back along the very same route. Along the way you'll enjoy
breathtaking views of New Hampshire's largest lake while sneaking a peek
at some of the many beautiful lakeside homes you'll pass along the way.
These 2 - hour dinner trains depart at 5:00pm - advance reservations are
required. Purchase tickets
Online Train Fare: $45.70pp (includes dinner)
NOTE: If you have a group of 40 or more and are interested in a Turkey Dinner Train, please call us at (603) 745-2135 to discuss group pricing and schedule options. Sept 25, October: 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
This special round trip train excursion departs from Meredith at 154
Main St. Meredith, NH 03253 and heads north towards the White Mountains at 11:00 AM for an approximately four hour duration.
This route is only traveled during fall foliage season, so sit back and in our comfy coaches and enjoy the fall scenery. You will pass Lake Waukewan and Lake Winona, follow along and over the Pemigewasset River from Ashland to Plymouth with station stops along the way. At the Common Man Inn in Plymouth the passengers will be served a Hot Buffet Lunch. A further description of your excursion with maps, pictures and historical references are Here
On the return trip, be sure to have your camera ready as we make a brief stop at the restored Ashland Train Station where you'll be greeted by Station Attendants dressed in period attire Estimated time of return is 3:00 to 3:30 PM. In Coach Class You will be riding in two former RDC cars built by the Budd Company in the 1950's and used by the Boston and Maine RR into the 1980's in active service to Plymouth until 1965. Windows in these two cars have been converted to slide open along with vestibule open windows for photography.
Tickets (all ages 4 and up): Coach Class - $72.70 / First Class - $102.70 / President's Class - $116.70 Reservations are required Purchase tickets early
Upgrade to First Class or Presidents Class. See below.
Ride in and enjoy the Pullman Lounge Car "Cold Harbor". The interior
features comfortable seating 16 in easy chair seats, couches, and
dining room chairs. Your own Car Steward will be onboard
for extra service. An opportunity at living the elegance and class once
enjoyed only by the Railroad Barons in the past.
This car is unique in
that it has some windows that open as well as a dutch door vestibule
allowing some photography.
The ticket price of $102.70 each for the tour includes a Hot Buffet at The Common Man
and First Class Service also includes some special
snacks, treats and beverages enroute served by your own Car Steward.
Dont wait as these two Pullman car usually sells out early! Purchase