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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: October 3, 2013
New website features Halloween train rides for all ages
SpooktacularTrains.com highlights 2013 Halloween theme trains in U.S. and Canada
A new website, SpooktacularTrains.com, has some unique suggestions for celebrating the year's spookiest season. SpooktacularTrains.com is a guide to Halloween train ride events ranging from kid-friendly pumpkin patch excursions to scary nighttime ghost trains. Halloween train rides can be found at railroads from Oklahoma and Oregon to Ohio and Ontario. SpooktacularTrains.com features descriptive listings for Halloween train ride events at over 100 railroads in the U.S. and Canada.
For young children, many Halloween train rides can offer a great alternative to creepy Halloween events. SpooktacularTrains.com features a number of kid-friendly Halloween rail activities. Specially designated fright-free train rides include costume contests, non-scary entertainment, and treats without the tricks. Many railroads operate pumpkin-picking excursions suitable for all ages.
SpooktacularTrains.com listings also feature an assortment of frightening Halloween train rides for older kids and grown-ups. Halloween celebrants can choose from haunted ghost train rides and eerie rides to spooky destinations. Several railroads also host special Halloween dinner trains. Passengers are encouraged to wear costumes.
SpooktacularTrains.com is the only website dedicated to providing a multi-regional guide to celebrating Halloween by rail. Railroads hosting Halloween events are grouped by regions including New England, Mid Atlantic, Southern, Midwest, Southwest and Western States. The Canada section lists Halloween trains by Province. Separate pages are devoted to train rides in the U.K. and Ireland.
Individual railroad listings include station locations and Halloween excursion dates. Halloween train listings are published at no cost to the railroad. SpooktacularTrains.com neither solicits nor accepts payment for its listings.
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CONTACT: Michael Gleason