Conway Dining

Available on 1:00 Departure

  • 3-course lunch included!
Children (4-12)
Infant (1-3)

The Conway excursion is ideal for visitors wanting a shorter train ride, especially those with young children. On this excursion, you’ll travel south past the Moat Mountain Range and parallel Route 16 before passing through farmlands and crossing Moat Brook, the Saco and Swift Rivers on the way to Conway. Here, you can watch the powerful locomotive “run around” the train in preparation of the return trip.

Relive the golden days of railroading as you travel aboard the elegant Dining Car “Chocorua.” Built in 1929 for service as a coach on the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad, “Car 2570” was remodeled and put into service here in 1992. Valley Train dining offers a cafe style menu with daily soups, fresh-made sandwiches, hot dogs and hamburgers

On the Valley Train, you’ll enjoy an old-fashioned railroading experience as you journey on historic rail routes in vintage passenger cars (most from the 1920s) from our 1874 train station in North Conway Village.

Please note: Regrettably, our dining cars are not handicapped accessible.  In the true spirit and tradition of railroad dining, you may be seated at tables of four with other dining car guests.

We welcome groups on our Dining Cars! For more information, please email Sandy Janvrin, or call her at 603-356-5251, ext. 13. She’ll be happy to explain your options. With advance reservations, the dining cars may be booked for groups of up to 95 people by special charter.