Ride along with Luxury Rail Travel to the Steel City, Pittsburgh, PA. Spend 3 days and 2 nights riding with us, exploring Pittsburgh and staying at the Pittsburgh Marriott Center City Hotel. Click to lean more!
Ride on private cars from Philadelphia to New York City as we take our train home. Enjoy the 110 mph trip through Pennsylvania and New Jersey into New York City on this one way chance to ride either the "Alexander Hamilton" or "Passiac River".
You'll ride on our private cars on Amtrak's "Pennsylvanian" from Philadelphia's 30th St Station and roll along the Northeast Corridor to New York's Penn Station. Along the way we'll pass through the New Jersey State Capital of Trenton, past Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ and get views of the Delaware River and the New Jersey Meadowlands.
Ride along with Luxury Rail Travel as we deadhead the Alexander Hamilton from Philadelphia to New York City. These moves, often called "Positioning Moves" are often sold by private car owners to give people a chance to see what riding a private car is like for a fraction of the cost.
We will be leaving Philadelphia's 30th St. Station at 3:05 pm on October 30, 2016 and heading for New York's Penn Station along Amtrak's Northeast Corridor. We will be on the rear end of Amtrak's Pennsylvanian as we roll at speeds up to 90mph through suburban Pennsylvania and New Jersey before plunging under the Hudson River and into Penn Station at approximately 4:50 pm.
Food will not be offered, but drinks and light snacks may be available for an extra cost. You may also bring your own food and drink onboard.
Tickets are $125 each, but for a limited time, tickets are on sale for $105, a $20 savings. Tickets are limited to 30 passengers, so don't delay if you want to experience riding a private rail car for a fraction of the price. Click the button below to buy tickets, which will be mailed to you prior to the trip.
Ride along as The American Steam Railroad Preservation Association charters the private car Alexander Hamilton to travel between Philadelphia, PA and Pittsburgh, PA behind Amtrak's Pennsylvanian.