Passenger Schedule

Updated:   July 20, 2021    11:20 P

All:    All public passenger train runs through AUGUST this year have been CANCELED due to construction at Carillon Park.

ALL:    We are still planning on running trains during the Christmas holidays – details to come later. 

ALL:   The 2021 Rail Festival at Carillon Park has been CANCELED !!     All RF committee meetings for 2021 have also been CANCELED.   See the Rail Festival website for details.  Next year’s Rail Festival will be June 25 & 26, 2022.  Please mark your calendars.    

Check this website or call the Carillon front desk BEFORE TRAVELING TO THE PARK to determine if the train is running or not.

A preliminary passenger train run schedule for 2021 is shown below.  Dates and times are subject to change.  Cancellations due to construction, COVID-19, weather, or other reasons may occur.  Please check back later for updates as each run day approaches.

   2021 PRELIMINARY  Passenger Train Run Schedule

Note:  Times below are the start and stop times the trains run and carry passengers.  

*** Note: The 2021 Rail Festival has been CANCELED ! ***

The schedule below is tentative and may be changed due to construction, COVID-19, weather, or some other issue.  Call the Carillon front desk before coming to the Park to see what is or is not open or happening.  

Labor Day Run  Sept  4    1 – 4 PM   Saturday

Concours d’Elegance  Sept 19    11 AM – 4 PM   Sunday

October   9     1 – 4 PM  Saturday

October  23    1 – 4 PM  Saturday

ALL:    We are still planning on running trains during the Christmas holidays – details to come later.  Typically we start train runs around Thanksgiving and run through Dec 30.  Trains run every night the Park is open.

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.