MURDER ON THE RED CLAY EXPRESS

Join us for a family-friendly, interactive, comedy murder mystery aboard our historic train. Desserts, water and sodas will be provided during the 2½-hour round-trip.

This event is powered by our 1929 Pennsylvania Railroad "Doodlebug" railcar.

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Murder On The Red Clay Express
Photo: Steve Jensen Jr.

Act 1 Productions Proudly Presents

The Really? Hausfraus of Lancaster County Murder Mystery

Act 1 Productions Casting Agency is looking for the perfect "meat and potatoes" hausfrau for a new reality, loosely-based, television show.

Five lucky women are vying for only four positions. The money is good - the fame is better.

But one of these ladies wanted on so badly she resorted to murder!

Poking fun at all things housewife and Pennsylvania Dutch, Debi Irene Wahl used her 40 years of housewife experience to create this wacky murder mystery. It doesn't hurt that her hubby is a proud Pennsylvania Dutchman whose one-liners have kept the marriage interesting.

A plump wife and a big barn never did any man any harm!

SCHEDULE

DEPARTURE DATES:

April 27
May 18
June 15
September 7
October 19


DEPARTURE TIME:

7:00 PM

Catering provided by: Appleton Catering

FARES

COACH SEATING

HRCV Member Fares are not available for this event.

Adults:

$42

Seniors (60+):

$42

Children (2-12):

$22

Children (under 2):

FREE

CABOOSE RENTAL

Not available for this event.

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All trains operate rain or shine. The railroad reserves the right to substitute coaches and/or motive power as operating conditions demand and to make modifications to the schedule without prior notice. We have limited accessibility for handicapped persons. All buildings have wheelchair ramps and we have a wheelchair lift to board the train at Greenbank Station. However, there is no wheelchair lift available at any of our stops, including the Mt. Cuba Picnic Grove and Hockessin. Train doorways are only 24-inches wide and there is limited space for wheelchair storage on the train.

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