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The Skunk Train offers scenic trips on historic trains through the rugged and Redwood thick Noyo River Canyon.
Come ride the SKUNK in its natural habitat. Forty miles of skunk line run through majestic Redwood forests, scenic mountain... meadows, and over 30 trestles bridging the pristine mountain waters of Northern California. Celebrating 129 years of service! See More
The Skunk Train is a historic railway offering passenger excursions for the whole family
In the 1920s, a fume-spewing gas-powered train car shuttled passengers along a rail line dating from the logging days of the 1880s. Nicknamed the Skunk Train, it traversed redwood forests inaccessible to automobiles. A reproduction train now travels the same route, making a 3½–4 hour round-trip trek between Fort Bragg and the town of Northspur, 21 miles inland. The schedule varies depending on...
A few years ago we rode the skunk train from willits to Fort Bragg, what a fun trip it was, thought about doing it again and then we saw the current prices to ride the train. Pretty sure we didn't want to buy it.... If you want a good Steam Train ride, go to Ely Nevada and ride their Steam...
Great experience, booked an 11 am ride but was unable to make it do to car problems.
I received a pleasant call from Heather to see if I would be making the train ride, when I told her of the situation she was more than helpful in switching the time for the ride.
Enjoyed the ride as well but I...
Skunk Train can be found at W Laurel St 100. The following is offered: Cargo Services. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Fort Bragg there are 3 other Cargo Services. An overview can be found here.
The Skunk Train transports passengers through the Redwood Forest of Mendocino County, with departures from Fort Bragg and Willits.
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