As darkness falls over the lonely mining town of Ely, Nev., the restless spirits of the old west haunt the Nevada Northern Railway on the weekly Haunted Ghost Train.
On every Saturday in October and Friday October 27, this fun train ride with ghost stories, track-side vignettes and spooky spirits is a fun outing for the whole family.
From headless horsemen and hitchhiking ghosts to UFOs and haunted tunnels, the ghost train is sure to keep passengers on their toes.
A rolling haunted house, the Haunted Ghost Train is made possible by nearly 100 volunteers from the local communities.
Passengers are encouraged to dress in costumes. Prices $39 for adults; $20 for kids 4-12. Kids 3 and under ride for free.
Go to www.nnry.com to find out more or to purchase tickets – reservations are suggested as most Haunted Ghost Train rides sell out, and go to the Nevada Northern Railway Museum’s YouTube page to get a sneak peek at the Haunted Ghost Train.
About the Nevada Northern Railway: The Nevada Northern Railway Museum is a designated National Historic Landmark. Voted the state’s Best Rural Museum and the Best Place to Take the Kids by readers of Nevada Magazine, the Nevada Northern Railway Museum also has been featured on Modern Marvels, American Restorations and on PBS. For more information, call 775-289-2085, log onto www.NNRY.com or to get the latest news “Like” the Railway’s Facebook page.