Expect to take part in an old west raid and be aware that there will be the sound of gunfire

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Schedule



MAY 19th 11:00- 1:00 & 3:00
JUNE 9th, July 14th,
August 11th, September 8th, October 13th
​11:00 & 2:00

Directions:
Walkersville Southern is 50 miles west of Baltimore and 50 miles northwest of Washington, D.C., off MD Route 15.

From Washington, D.C.:  Follow I-270 North toward Frederick, MD.  At Frederick, I-270 becomes Rte. 15 North toward Gettysburg.  Follow Rte. 15 for 6 miles north, then turn right onto Biggs Ford Rd.  Travel 2.2 miles to the station and parking on the right.

From Baltimore:  Follow I-70 west to Frederick, MD.  Take exit 53B onto Rte. 15 North toward Gettysburg.  Follow Rte. 15 for 6 miles north, then turn right onto Biggs Ford Rd.  Travel 2.2 miles to the station and parking on the right.

From Pennsylvania:  Follow US-15 South, Gettysburg Pike, into Maryland.  Continue traveling south past Thurmont, MD, for approxs. 10.5 miles and turn left onto Biggs Ford Rd.  Travel 2.2 miles to the station and parking on the right.

From Harper's Ferry, WV:  Follow I-340 East to Frederick, MD.  Take exit 12B onto Rte. 15 North toward Gettysburg.  Follow Rte. 15 for 6 miles north, then turn right onto Biggs Ford Rd.  Travel 2.2 miles to the station and parking on the right.

NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD

JESSE JAMES DAYS

​​MAY 12th, JUNE 16th, July 21st,
August 18th, September 15th.

​11:30-1:00-2:30-& 4:00







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Special Event in New Freedom
​Cowboy Weekend
​October 6th & 7th

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This celebration of cowboy life promises to immerse visitors in this unique movement which began in the late 1800s just after the Civil War. The Wild West movies and TV shows popular in the 1950s and 1960s romanticized the life of the cowboy (and cowgirl). The effective and efficient movement of cattle gave rise to the growth of the cowboy occupation. Rodeos were a popular pastime which allowed the cowboys to demonstrate their prowess with horses and cattle. Our locomotive, the No.17, is a replica of those which frequently ran at the time and creates a unique stage for cowboy robberies and learning about the cowboy lifestyles. Today, cowboys and cowgirls are often seen in western garb at horse shows competing in barrel racing, as well as western pleasure and reining classes. At their peak, cowboys were referred to as “the most reckless class of outlaws in the wild country”. They definitely made an impact on the culture and lifestyles of the time and beyond!You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear. Selecting 'Edit Text' from this menu will also allow you to edit the text within this text box. Remember to keep your wording friendly, approachable and easy to understand as if you were talking to your customer
Directions
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Our train excursion is located approximately 4 miles from Rt. 83.  From Rt. 83, take the Shrewsbury exit.  From there take 851 W. Truck route. This route will take you through Shrewsbury.
You will be 2 miles outside of New Freedom when you come to an intersection (Main Street and Constitution Ave.) where there is a CVS Drug Store.  Turn right at that intersection on to Constitution Avenue.
When you are in New Freedom, follow 851W until you cross the railroad tracks.  Our shop is on the left.
Parking is available one block north of the shop and one block south.
If you are short on time for your train, you are welcome to check with our flagger on Main Street, they will let you know where to park.

May 26-27, 2017: 6th Annual
Mid-Atlantic Wild West Fest





Experience America’s Wild West right here on the East Coast! Presented in partnership with Rockin’ R Western Productions, Frontier Town invites residents and visitors of Delmarva to join us on May 27-28, 2017 for the 5th Annual Mid-Atlantic Wild West Fest! This special two-day western festival will be jam-packed with authentic 1880s Western Shows and Cowboy Camp Reenactments, Cowboy Mounted Shooting, a Quick Draw Competition, Chuck Wagon Cooking, Pig Roast, Native American Dancing, Can Can Shows, Steam Train & Stage Coach Rides, Golden Nugget Saloon Cowboy Poetry Open Mic, Western Musical Entertainment, and so much more!

Dates & Times:
Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27; times TBA
Location:
Frontier Town, 8428 Stephen Decatur Highway, Berlin, MD 21811
Admission:
General Public: Ages 11 & Over: $14; Ages 4-10: $12; Ages 3 & Under: FREE

Registered Campers: 50% Off Regular Admission*
*A 2 night minimum stay between May 26-29, 2017 at Frontier Town or Fort Whaley is required to receive discounted admission

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Wild West Weekend

Back to the days of the old west – gunfights, bank raids and poker games. The “Wild West” never looked so good!

JUNE 23rd - 24th

Old Bedford Village
220 Sawblade Road
Bedford, PA 15522 USA