Passenger Schedule

Updated:   October 21, 2020     4:35 PM 

All:   The LAST daytime train run for 2020 is Saturday, Oct 24 from 1 to 4 PM. 

Due to COVID-19 train ride tokens are not being sold and train rides are free.  Voluntary cash donations are appreciated and may be dropped in the black bucket at the train loading station during train run days.

  All donations are used by the all-volunteer CPR&SS train club to buy fuel, maintain the locomotives, cars, track, grounds, train facilities, purchase needed equipment, etc.  The CPR&SS club is a separate entity from Carillon Park and Dayton History.  With your donations we can continue train operations.  Admission to the park is required separately either by paid admission or is free to Dayton History members.  

The Carillon Christmas  begins with the Tree of Light lighting on Nov 24, 2020 and runs through Dec 30.  Train rides are planned to occur every night from 6 to 9 PM, weather permitting and other conditions such as available volunteers and properly running equipment also permitting.  Please call the Carillon front desk to confirm that the train is running before traveling to the park.

The 2020 Rail Festival  was CANCELED.   Next years Rail Festival will be on June 26 & 27, 2021.

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   2020  Passenger Run Schedule 

April   4,  2020     Saturday <== CANCELED

April   18, 2020     Saturday  <== CANCELED

May    9, 2020      Saturday    <== CANCELED

Heritage Day  May 24         <== CANCELED

Rail Festival    June 27  Sat.   <== CANCELED

Rail Festival   June   28   Sun. <== CANCELED

July   11     1 – 4 PM   Saturday  – Done

July 25      1 – 4 PM   Saturday – Done

August  8    1 – 4 PM  Saturday  – Done

August 22     1 – 4 PM    Saturday – Done

Sept  5    11 AM – 4 PM   Saturday – Done

Sept 19    1 – 4 PM    Saturday – Done

October   3          1 – 4 PM        – Done

October  24         1 – 4 PM   Saturday

A donation of  $1 is suggested for each ride.  All donations are used by the all-volunteer CPR&SS train club to buy fuel, maintain the locomotives, cars, track, grounds, train facilities, purchase needed equipment, etc.  With your donations we can continue train operations.  Admission to the park is required separately either by paid admission or is free to Dayton History members.