See New England foliage from the Rails.

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What better way to take in New England’s fall foliage than a historic train ride? There’s no danger of running off the road while taking in the beauty wrought by Mother Nature’s paintbrush.
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New England has more than two dozen heritage railways -- museums on wheels, that recreate the experience of train travel during the golden age of passenger rail.

Read A Historic Train Ride in Each of New England’s Six States, from the New England Historical Society. Some of these are not steam powered, but each is a great experience.
 

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What better way to take in New England’s fall foliage than a historic train ride? There’s no danger of running off the road while taking in the beauty wrought by Mother Nature’s paintbrush.
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New England has more than two dozen heritage railways -- museums on wheels, that recreate the experience of train travel during the golden age of passenger rail.

Read A Historic Train Ride in Each of New England’s Six States, from the New England Historical Society. Some of these are not steam powered, but each is a great experience.
That could be the start of a romantic weekend...
 

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What better way to take in New England’s fall foliage than a historic train ride? There’s no danger of running off the road while taking in the beauty wrought by Mother Nature’s paintbrush.
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New England has more than two dozen heritage railways -- museums on wheels, that recreate the experience of train travel during the golden age of passenger rail.

Read A Historic Train Ride in Each of New England’s Six States, from the New England Historical Society. Some of these are not steam powered, but each is a great experience.
That’s impressive and a photographers dream.
 

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What better way to take in New England’s fall foliage than a historic train ride? There’s no danger of running off the road while taking in the beauty wrought by Mother Nature’s paintbrush.
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New England has more than two dozen heritage railways -- museums on wheels, that recreate the experience of train travel during the golden age of passenger rail.

Read A Historic Train Ride in Each of New England’s Six States, from the New England Historical Society. Some of these are not steam powered, but each is a great experience.
There's a railroad museum in the Berkshires that runs scenic tours through the hills. It wasn't steam, though.
 



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