...The shortest railroad in the US, but we're just as wide as all the rest.
Why a train?
Well…Before trains, a farmer’s customers were limited. They sold their crops within a five or ten-mile radius, or put them on a riverboat and prayed that they would make it to market safely. The train brought new life to small towns. The History Train at The Double T represents the new possibilities not only for farmers but small towns and immigrants alike. Join us on a virtual reality tour and explore what the railroad did for our small communities.
Saturday, September 17th
Saturday, October 29th
Two payment options available: Personal Check and Venmo.
The History Train Reservations
Climb aboard our Historical Train for an evening of fun and a chance to see how the steam locomotive changed agricultural history in the San Joaquin Valley.
Your evening will begin with a cocktail hour and a tour of one of California's premier Agricultural Museums. At the sound of the train whistle, we'll begin boarding for the two-hour virtual reality experience that includes a twenty-minute documentary. The History Train will leave you with a deep appreciation of what travel was like 100 years ago.
Your evening will conclude with a walk through the "Baggage Car", filled with rail history memorabilia, antiques, and collectibles.
Prices are $80.00 per person and include all beverages, dinner, and dessert.
- Advanced reservations and payment are required.
- Space is limited so book early.
- Groups are welcome.
- The History Train is partially wheelchair accessible. Please let us know your needs when booking your reservations.
- Train schedules are subject to change.
5:30 pm – Social Hour. Sip on wine and beer, stroll in the garden, tour the museum or just relax as you wait for The History Train to depart.
6:30 pm – Begin boarding the train.
7:00 pm Sharp! – The History Train departs the station.
All beverages are included:
Beer, Wine, Coffee & Tea
Chicken breast stuffed with sun-dried tomatoes, feta, and spinach
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