The most beautiful time of the year in Maine will be here before you know it.

Just a personal opinion, but fall is my favorite time of the year. Crisp days, football, and of course, amazing foliage. There are people in many parts of the country that don't get to experience the beauty of the changing of the seasons in Maine, so I consider myself very lucky.

Celebrating 150 years of railroading, the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad offers some fun weekend trips from their location in Unity. Just about every weekend from Memorial Day until the end of October, they host fun events, and if you haven’t had the pleasure of a good train ride, this is right up your alley. It really is a treat to experience this.

Enjoy the colors of the fall foliage season on a round trip scenic train ride as the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad takes you through the changing fall vistas of the woods, streams, and fields of Waldo County.

This one-hour trip is $17 for adults, $6 for children, and those 2 and under can ride for free!

Here are the dates & times for each train ride:

Saturday, September 18th-11am, 1:30pm
Sunday, September 19th 11am, 1:30pm
Wednesday, September 29th 11am, 1:00pm
Saturday, October 2nd 11am, 1:30pm
Sunday, October 3rd 11am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm
Wednesday, October 6th 11am, 1pm
Saturday, October 9th 11am, 1:30pm
Sunday, October 10th 11am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm
Wednesday, October 13th 11am, 1pm
Saturday, October 16th 11am, 1:30pm
Sunday, October 17th 11am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm
Wednesday, October 20th 11am, 1pm

The Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad is located at 212 Depot Street, Unity.

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