The Shorewood Ghost Train In Wisconsin Is As Eye-Catching As It Is Unique
We’ve got lots of trains and train-related attractions here in Wisconsin, but none are quite like Shorewood’s Ghost Train. Probably not at all what you’re thinking, the Ghost Train isn’t some sort of haunted attraction. It’s not even a real train; however, you may have to convince your senses of that because it emits all the lights and sounds of one. Take a look:
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Watch the video below to see the Ghost Train in action.
The Ghost Train departs twice nightly, with one train heading northbound and the other southbound. During the winter months (September 1st – March 31st), the departure times are: northbound at 7 p.m. and southbound at 7:15 p.m. During the summer months (April 1st – August 31st), the departure times are: northbound at 9 p.m. and southbound at 9:15 p.m.
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