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BERLIN (Burlington Vermont Getaway)

Apr 22
With all the recent challenges created  by Amtrak’s management, it has become imperative to do extra due diligence prior to posting a public trip.  Therefore, I am gauging interest in some possible trips for the BERLIN in 2019. If enough interest is shown, these trips can happen. Please reply if you have interest in the trip listed below.  Thank you in advance for letting me know what you want. I look forward to hearing from you!  Sincerely, Kevin Moore,  BERLIN owner.

(Rare Mileage on the Vermont Railway)
July 6-9, 2019

Let the Berlin Sleeping Car, a classic 1950’s Pullman, whisk you in first-class style as we attach the Berlin to the back of Amtrak’s Ethan Allen from New York City to Rutland VT. Here the Vermont Railway will continue our journey with rare mileage to the Queen City of Burlington VT, where we will be parked at the waterfront for two days. Pricing for the NYC to Burlington round trip is anticipated to be at $1,350 per person double occupancy. Six passengers are needed to make this four day, rare mileage, off-Amtrak trip happen.
In this changing climate for Private Car trips, we feel now is the time to get as much use as possible out of these vintage rail cars because we just don’t know what the future holds. Experience for yourself why Vermont is called the Green Mountain State.