Diesel Days

2019 Diesel Days

June 22 & 23

The diesel engine, named for Rudolph Diesel, would not have been developed had
it not been for the pioneering efforts of Colonel Edwin Drake, who produced the
first commercially scaled oil well in 1859.
Join us for this 2 day event to celebrate this innovation.
Featured will be several locomotives from different railroads to show off the history
of diesel locomotives, and how the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania
paved the way for the creation of the diesel fuel that makes them run today!
We will have one stationary locomotive that you will be able to climb 'aboard' for
an up-close look at the inside workings of a diesel engine.
Locomotives scheduled to be featured:
#75, Oil Creek & Titusville Lines, 1947 ALCO/GE
#85 Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad, 1950 ALCO/GE
#3568, Oil Creek & Titusville Lines, 1977 MLW
#406, Western NY & Pennsylvania, 1952 ALCO/GE
#1950, Lake Shore Railway Historical Society, 1950 GE

Also to be featured:
Super Stock Diesel Truck 'On Borrowed Time'
a 3000 HPS Triple Turbo Cummins Diesel
Operated by Aiden Hodges, owner Shawn Hodges


Antique Diesel Engine displays from The Pioneer Steam & Gas Engine Society of
Northwestern Pennsylvania Inc
at Drake Well Museum will be visible from the train on
Saturday during the 3-hour round trips through Oil Creek State Park.
We encourage you to stop at Drake Well Museum and Park during your visit to
Titusville to learn more about the start of the oil boom in PA. Visit their website
for more info including entrance fees.

Diesel displays at Titusville Iron Works
315 Franklin St, Titusville
International UD-16 engine
Titusville 15hp Olin Engine
Also at this location:
Orr's Brewing Company will be serving beer from the "Beerstream"
Live Music with Joe Thompson on stage from 5-8 pm.
Open Saturday 11 am to 8 pm.

Times given below are departure times. Your arrival time should be at least one hour prior.
Perry Street Station will open at 8 am.

Special Ticket Prices Apply
Approximately 3-hour Round-trip to Rynd Farm & back
Trains leave at 10 am & 3 pm each day

(Our Open Car will be available for these runs)
First Class:  $40 each for all ages
Coach:  Adults - $22 each, Seniors (age 60+) - $20 each,
Children (age 1-12) - $16 each (under 1 free in Coach only)

Click here for the difference between First Class and Coach

Short run on Fieldmore Line
Approximately 1-hour Round-trip
Trains leave at 11:30 am, 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm

$10 per person (under 1 free)
Coach seating only, limited to the first 140 for each run.
Sorry, this short run is not wheelchair accessible.


Call 814-676-1733 to make your reservation
or click here to print the reservation form.