Christmas Train Express rolls into Duanesburg as its passengers give to those in need

Canal Street Station Railroad Museum Village, on Route 20 in Duanesburg, will host its fourth annual Christmas “Holiday Train Express” on Saturday, Nov. 23, from noon until 6 p.m. 

This day-long holiday event will be held in conjunction with the CP Rail “Holiday Train” celebration that will be held in Delanson on Wednesday, Nov. 27, at approximately 5 p.m. to give an opportunity for those who may not be able to attend the Delanson Holiday Train event to support their local families in need.

This community project is dedicated to supporting the local food pantry and Toys for Tots.  All of the canned foods, unwrapped toys, and cash donations will be transferred to the Delanson Fire Department to support the CP Rail Holiday Train event on Wednesday evening.

Santa will visit and food vendors will sell their wares inside the Wallace Armer General Store museum.

Those who climb aboard the Christmas train will be greeted by train conductors who will accept canned goods and unwrapped Toys for Tots and who will hand out complimentary ticket passes.

The Canal Street Station Village is located three miles east of Duanesburg on Route 20 or six miles west of Route 158 in Guilderland.  For more information, call Joseph Merli at 355-6536. 

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