Monday, May 13, 2013

Day Out With Thomas at Heber Valley Railroad 2013

Thomas the Train


Thomas takes his fans for a ride at DOWT Thomas the Tank Engine visiting Heber City May 24-27, 2013

Heber Valley Railroad is hosting the Day Out with Thomas: Go Go Thomas Tour 2013 this Memorial Day weekend, May 24-27. The approximately 25-minute train ride with Thomas the Tank Engine will depart every 45 minutes, rain or shine, with varying departure times each day.

Day Out with Thomas is a fun-filled and exciting way for children and adults to enter the world of Thomas & Friends. Children will ride along with their favorite engine friend on his latest adventure and have their picture taken with Sir Topham Hatt, the controller of Thomas’ railway. In addition, there will be a Thomas & Friends Imagination Station where children can build with Mega Bloks and participate in other Thomas-themed activities.

Day Out with Thomas in Heber City has become a popular Memorial Day weekend event over the years. Day Out with Thomas 2013 activities include:

  • A 25-minute (approximate) ride with Thomas the Tank Engine
  • Games and activities
  • The opportunity to meet Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway
  • A Thomas & Friends Imagination Station, featuring stamps, temporary tattoos and hands-on arts & crafts activities
  • Commemorative activities, merchandise and giveaways
  • Magic show, balloon twisters and face painting

Sir Topham Hatt with Thomas at DOWTTickets for the Day Out with Thomas:

Go Go Thomas Tour 2013 are $18 plus tax (service charges may apply) for all passengers ages two and up. Tickets are available now by calling toll-free 800-888-TIXX (8499) or logging onto

For more information and directions, contact the Heber Valley Railroad at 435-654-5601 or

About the Heber Valley Railroad

The Heber Valley Historic Railroad dates back to 1899, when trains served the pioneers who first settled the valley, and now operates as a non-profit organization. Today, vintage coaches are pulled over beautiful vistas by two 1907 Baldwin steam locomotives and three vintage diesel electric locomotives. Over 95,000 passengers ride the train each year, and that number is steadily growing. For more information on the Heber Valley Railroad and its 2013 schedule, visit



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