1,000-Foot Holiday Train Covered in Mesmerizing LED Lights to Stop in Maine for First Time
‘Tis the season to be merry, gaze at beautiful lights, and give to others.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train embodies all of these things with a 1,000-foot train covered in LED lights raising money, food, and awareness for local food banks across the nation and in Canada, too!
Canadian Pacific Holiday Train
The train is back on tour after taking a two-year break due to the pandemic but we are all happy to see it back on the rails. The 1,000-foot train is strikingly beautiful, covered in thousands of LED lights that make it the most epic train ever.
What could put you in the holiday spirit more than a light show on a train? This is a seriously the most beautiful train to ever hit the rails; don't worry, I have pictures below for you to peruse.
For the first time ever, the holiday train will be in Maine.
On November 23, the train will launch with shows in Jackman, Brownville Junction, and Hermon here in the Pine Tree State.
Throughout the cross-continent tour, it will put on 168 free shows, spreading holiday spirit and raising money for food banks.
The shows are free to attend but guests are encouraged to bring cash or donations to the food banks in the surrounding communities.
Here’s a bit more about it:
This is what the holiday season is all about; coming together to give to others, spread holiday cheer, and gaze at gorgeous light shows. This just takes it to a whole new level since it's a freaking train!