A Sweetheart Deal, Valentine Special Dinner On A Train

Railroad Expands 2014 Dinner Train Schedule

Thursday, January 16, 2014
Tennessee Valley Railroad is offering its Valentine Special Dinner Train in February.
 
"Our Valentine Specials are always a wonderful experience that is fondly remembered by our passengers," said Steve Freer, TVRM spokesperson.  "It is a unique time together for couples in a romantic setting of a 1920's dining car with white tablecloths and impeccable service," he added.
 
The 90-minute Valentine Specials are $170 per couple (tax & gratuity included) and leave Grand Junction Station at 5:30 p.
m. each night, Feb. 8, 9, 13 ,14 ,15. There is an additional train at 8 p.m. on Feb. 14. The Specials include a four-course meal and beverage and are part of an expanded dinner train schedule the railroad has for 2014.  Tickets go fast for this wonderful event, so reservations are highly recommended.
 
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is the Southeast largest operating historical railroad and its mission is to preserve railroading history through education and preservation for future generations. TVRM is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee and has entertained millions of passengers since its inception in 1961.  For event information and tickets visit tvrail.com or call 423 894-8028.
 

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