The Midland Railway operates an authentic re-creation of an American local passenger excursion train on a line originally constructed in 1867 running southward from Baldwin City to Norwood, Kansas. Using early 1900s vintage coaches, the train makes an 11-mile round trip to "Nowhere," traveling through scenic Eastern Kansas rolling farmland and woods and across a 200-foot trestle 24 feet above a meandering stream. The Railway is an intrastate, common-carrier railroad, operating to preserve and display transportation history as an educational demonstration railroad.
The Midland tourist season begins Memorial Day weekend and continues through the end of October. Train run at 10:30 am Thursday morning, and at 11:30, 1:30 and 3:00 on Saturday and Sunday and holidays.
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