Saratoga and North Creek Railroad will have visiting steam engine

Yes, the Saratoga & North Creek Railroad will have steam excursions.

No.63 steam engine “Leviathan”

Special Trips     Departs Corinth: September 7,8,14,15     2013


Departs from Corinth at 9:00AM, arrives in North Creek at 12:00 noon.  Included in the fare is entrance to the 1871 Historic North Creek Depot Museum, admission to the D&H Railroad Fair, BBQ lunch in the park, photo ops while steam engine is turned on the turntable.  Depart NCK at 2:00PM arrive 5:00PM.  Beverages and snacks provided as part of the fare.

One round trip each day of operation. Departing from Corinth, NY to North Creek and return to Corinth (tickets will be issued to passengers at the Corinth Station). Photo runby’s along the route, highlight will be in Hadley for pictures on the Sacandaga Bridge.

Passengers will ride in a 1928 Canadian National, open window, day coach.

The Leviathan NO. 63

L1 ND7 3146This highly sought after reproduction STEAM ENGINE will make its first visit to New York and the northeast for this event.

This replica is faithfully reproduced from the original design of the steam engine constructed at the Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1868 that was one of four commissioned by the Central Pacific Railroad.

L1 ND7 3186This reproduction took 10 years to build and is full sized and standard gauge. It uses fuel oil rather than wood to power its engine.