Miami, FL, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- A new website, FallFoliageTrains.com, promises to bring Autumn leaf peepers and railway trains together. Foliage train rides can be found from the Atlantic Seaboard to the West Coast and from the Southern Appalachians to the Great Lakes. FallFoliageTrains.com is a guide to Fall color rail excursions at over 60 scenic and heritage railroads in the U.S. and Canada.
For many rail fans, there's no better time of year for riding a train than Fall foliage season. In fact, a recent article in the New York Times points out that many railroads "do most of their business in the Autumn." FallFoliageTrains.com provides complete information for leaf peepers planning a Fall foliage day trip by rail.
Often away from major corridors, scenic train routes offer exceptional views of Autumn colors not visible from the road. Unlike cars and tour buses, trains are free to slow down or stop at any point along the route where a great vista or photo op presents itself. Finally, because there's no traffic to contend with, the driver gets to leaf peep too.
FallFoliageTrains.com is the only website dedicated to providing a multi-regional guide to viewing Fall foliage by rail. Railroads featuring scenic foliage routes are grouped by regions including New England, Mid Atlantic, Southern, Midwest, Southwest and Western States. A separate Canada section lists foliage trains by Province.
Individual railroad listings include station locations and Fall foliage excursion dates. Foliage train listings are published at no cost to the railroad. FallFoliageTrains.com neither solicits nor accepts payment for its listings.