LRR #110 Pulling a passenger train to Hillsdale, MI for a "Hillsdale Flyer" excursion.
Come join us for a fun-filled trip through the countryside on our historic train powered by real steam locomotives!
Our round trip train rides depart from Coldwater, MI and go to Quincy, MI. Train rides last approximately 1 ½ hours. There is a half hour layover in Quincy for you to get off the train and see the locomotive switched around to the other end of the train for our return trip. We also have many other trips and special events. Please see the "Schedule and Fares" page for more information.
Tickets can be purchased any time from the website or at thet ticket office. The ticket office opens 2 hours before scheduled departure.
Train is Handicap Accessible. Please let us know if you need assistance.
Do I need reservations? (some trips require tickets ahead of time, please see the schedule page)
Can I cancel at any time?(no, tickets are non-refundable.)
Can I transfer my ticket for another date?(yes, ticket of equal value)
How long is the trip?(unless otherwise noted, 1 3/4 hours.)
When should I arrive?(at least 30 minutes before departure, even if you already have tickets)
Are there restrooms on train?(yes, and in the station as well)
Is the train handicap accessible?(generally yes, however, limitations apply.
please contact us if you need assistance.)
Is the train air conditioned?(no)
Is the train heated?(to the best of our ability. keep in mind the train is antiquated. dress appropriately.
Tickets and train are located at:
Little River Railroad
29 W. Park Ave.
Coldwater, MI 49036
The Little River Railroad is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the restoration, operation and preservation of historic railroad equipment. The Little River Railroad is supported by ticket sales, concession sales, memberships and donations.
The Little River Railroad is operated by all volunteers. Feel free to pick up a membership today and help us keep steam trains around for future generations.
Coldwater is located in south central Michigan,
halfway between Detroit & Chicago,
just 13 miles north of the Indiana border.