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Northern Lights Limited at Railroad Museum of New England Thomaston

November 26 - December 17

Northern Lights Limited will be held from November 296, 2021 to December 17, 2021 at the Railroad Museum of New England in Thomaston, Connecticut

Experience the magic of the Christmas season aboard our Northern Lights Limited trains! Departing under the cover of nightfall, the entire train is illuminated in a soft, cheerful glow as it glides through the winter wilderness. After a quick stop at the North Pole to pick up Mr. & Mrs. Claus, each child will get to meet Santa and his elves along with receive a special gift from Santa’s toy bag!

Tickets are selling fast! Pricing and more details at: rmne.org/northern-lights-limited-santa-express


November 26
December 17
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Railroad Museum of New England
242 East Main Street
Thomaston, CT 06787
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