December means the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolls through!
The holiday season is here, and so is the Holiday Train! Early December in Wisconsin means a number of cities and towns along the Canadian Pacific train line (the same one Amtrak runs on) gets a visit from the colorful, festival Holiday Train. Check out these scheduled visit times:
Mon. 12/5, 5:25-6:05pm: Sturtevant’s Amtrak Depot
Mon. 12/5, 6:50-7:45pm: Milwaukee’s Intermodal Station
Tues. 12/6, 4:45-5:30pm: Wauwatosa, Harwood Ave. Crossing in the village
Tues. 12/6, 6:15-7:00pm: Hartland, Cottonwood & Pawling Avenues
Tues. 12/6, 7:45-8:30pm: Watertown, Brandt Quirt Park
Tues. 12/6, 9:05-9:45pm: Columbus, Amtrak Depot
Wed. 12/7, 1:15-2:00pm: Portage, Amtrak Station
Wed. 12/7, 2:45-3:30pm: Wisconsin Dells, Amtrak Depot
Wed. 12/7, 4:15-4:55pm: Mauston, Division Street railway crossing
Wed. 12/7, 5:30-6:05pm: Tomah, Amtrak Depot
Wed. 12/7, 6:40-7:30pm: Sparta, Water & Milwaukee Streets
Wed. 12/7, 8:45-9:30pm: La Crosse, Amtrak Station
Get more details here as the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train wheels through Wisconsin.
No matter what your plans and favorite activities, there’s plenty to explore in Wisconsin on a State Trunk Tour highway – or one of the county or rustic roads. There are 54,000+ square miles of the state to experience. Pick Some Roads and GO!!
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