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Adirondack Railroad Creates Fundraiser for New Tupper Lake Locomotive

a train traveling over a bridge

The Adirondack Railroad project is on track to expand train and railbike service north to Tupper Lake in 2022. However, the expansion creates a need for at least one more locomotive plus a high-rail truck to support operations. The president of the Adirondack Railroad Preservation Society (ARPS), Bill Branson said: “The funding for the state…

Adirondack Railroad Expanding

a train crossing a bridge over a body of water

The Adirondack Railroad is expanding service north to Tupper Lake. Upon completion of the rehabilitation, contractors will have installed over 90,000 new cross ties and will resurface the railroad between Snow Junction and Otter Lake. The project is expected to be completed by November 2021. This rehabilitation work has already begun toward the goal of…

Adirondack Railroad to offer six-mile Rail Bike Adventures starting May 8th at Thendara Station

Adirondack Railroad Rail Bike tickets are going on sale March 1st with the season starting May 8th.  Adirondack Rail Bikes are a four seat pedal powered vehicle that are designed to allow you to ride and explore sections of the track that are closed off to other traffic, enjoying the beauty of the Adirondacks at…

Adirondack Railroad Announces New Board Members

1/6/2021 – The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society (ARPS) that operates the Adirondack Railroad is starting out the New Year with four new board members.  Longtime supporters John Taibi, Neal Baumann, Lani Ulrich, Steve Potter were all appointed during the annual meeting in December. John Taibi is a resident of Munnsville, and a noted historian, author,…