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Hobo Trains

Come and celebrate all things Hobo with us on our evening Hobo Trains. Wear your Hobo outfit! The evening begins with delicious caldron-cooked Hobo Stew in a tin can, corn bread and soft drinks outside the depot. We'll have a Hobo Store with knives and other hobo collectibles for sale. Later we'll board the train (you can ride in the freight car like a real Hobo if you want), for a 1 hour ride to Deer Creek Dam. We'll all get off the train there and enjoy old-time entertainment, barrel fires, snacks and drinks. We'll return to the depot (everyone in the passenger cars this time) at 10:45pm.

Date: 2014-08-09
Time: 6:00 PM, 7:30 PM
Ticket Price: Adults: $35/Kids (3-12): $20

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Come and celebrate all things Hobo with us on our evening Hobo Trains. Wear your Hobo outfit! The evening begins with delicious caldron-cooked Hobo Stew in a tin can, corn bread and soft drinks outside the depot. We'll have a Hobo Store with knives and other hobo collectibles for sale. Later we'll board the train (you can ride in the freight car like a real Hobo if you want), for a 1 hour ride to Deer Creek Dam. We'll all get off the train there and enjoy old-time entertainment, barrel fires, snacks and drinks. We'll return to the depot (everyone in the passenger cars this time) at 10:45pm.

Adults: $35
Kids (2-12): $20

Departs: 7:00pm

Venue Details

The Heber Valley Historic Railroad’s history began in 1899, when trains served the pioneers who first settled the valley. In the early 1970’s, the railroad became the “Heber Creeper,” a tourist passenger train operating on a seasonal basis. We now operate as a year-round, non-profit organization focused on tourism, education and the restoration of historical railroad equipment. The Heber Valley Railroad is reminiscent of the typical short-line railway that could be seen in many parts of Utah and throughout rural America during the “Golden Years” of U.S. railroading. Our goal is to help you enjoy a slice of Americana which has otherwise disappeared. The train ride, depot and atmosphere around the rail equipment, yards and buildings have been designed to be educational to young and old.