‘Get Outta Town’ for a Train Ride with Santa

The holiday wouldn’t be the same for me without a Santa sighting. If you feel the same way, “Get Outta Town” this weekend to Portola, in Plumas County, for the Western Pacific Railroad Museum’s Santa Train.

While you’re there, visit the museum’s 35 locomotives and 80 train cars. The museum encourages train lovers to sit in the seats and climb on the cabooses, including the “Silver Plate,” the only preserved Diner from the world famous Streamliner, California Zephyr.

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What: 2010 Santa Trains

When: Sat., Dec. 4 and Sat., Dec 11 – 5 to 8 p.m.

Where: Western Pacific Railroad Museum, 700 Western Pacific Way, Portola

Cost: $5 per carload, with unlimited rides and refreshments

Click here to learn more about the Western Pacific Railroad Museum.

There’s holiday cheer to be had all over the North State, so visit the following sites for information about events in eleven north state counties:

Click here for Butte County events.

Click here for Del Norte County events.

Click here for Glenn County Events.

Click here for Humboldt County events.

Click here for Lassen County events.

Click here for Modoc County events.

Click here for Plumas County events.

Click here for Shasta County events.

Click here for Siskiyou County events.

Click here for Tehama County events.

Click here for more Trinity County events.

Adam Mankoski is a recent North State transplant who feels completely at home here. He enjoys experiencing and writing about the people, places and things that embody the free spirit of the State of Jefferson. He and his partner own HawkMan Studios and are the creators of Redding’s 2nd Saturday ArtHop. Email your NorthState weekend events to adamm.anewscafe@gmail.com.

This portrait of Adam Mankoski was created by Shasta High School students Chance Norman and Kenzi Bell.

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