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Kansas Belle Dinner Train

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Event# 785-594-8505

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Kansas Belle Dinner Train-Call Today To Make Your Reservations
Every Saturday-Fine Dining (ask about our entertainment options available)
Boarding is From: 6:00-6:15pm
Ending Time is: 9:30pm
Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for entertainment option
Reservations required. Go to the website for more details or call 785-594-8505, Office located at 215 Ames Street, Baldwin City, KS

Kansas Belle Dinner Train

Address : Departure: Midland Railway, 1515 High Street, Baldwin City, KS 66006 Osawatomie KS
Phone : 785-594-8505   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : info@dinnertrain.net

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Admission Fee : Cost: $65.00 + tax, Add $21.00/person for entertainment option

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