You Can Spend Halloween On A Haunted Train Ride!

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All aboard!

This Haunted Halloween Train is getting ready to run again very soon!

New Hope & Ivyland Railroad in Pennsylvania are hosting the scary train with a new theme this year called "The Undead Speakeasy & Bootlegger Express." 

Starting October 11th, the new excursion will be 40 minutes long.

The Haunted Halloween train leaves from the New Hope Train Station and "When this train leaves the safety of the station, you are tossed into the hands of the unknown. Will you survive the ensuing massacre?" 

The website promises "new effects, new costumes and makeup, and updated and expanded features" for this year's event.

The railroad notes that if you wish to exit the train at any point (if you get too scared), you can be escorted off the train or into a passenger car that isn't part of the excursion.

However, there will be no refunds!

This year, the railroad is offering Coach Class Off-Peak tickets for $39.99 or adults ages 13 and up.

If you want to be on the spooky train on a Friday or Saturday or on Halloween, you'll pay the Coach Class Peak price: $49.99 for adults ages 13 and up.

The haunted train ride will be running through Halloween and you can choose from 7:20 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9:40 p.m., and 10:50 p.m. departures.

Hurry and reserve your spot online, or by phone at 215-862-2332 because tickets are selling fast!

If you have kids but don't want to put them through this horror, there is a little kid-friendly Trick or Treat ride, also starting on October 13th!

Will you go on this?

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Take a ride on the dark side aboard the Haunted Halloween Train - Terror on the Tracks at @new_hope_ivyland_railroad. As soon as this horrifying train leaves the station, you'll be tossed into the hands of the unknown when ghouls, ghosts and goblins emerge around every turn.

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