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Dinner on the Rails with Nickel Plate Express May 21st

 The popular Nickel Plate Express (NPX ) Dinner Express train rolls down the track May 21 – a fun experience for passengers of all ages.

The 90-minute train excursion will include pizza, breadsticks and salad with each ticket.

The Gaylor Coach car will be available for those under 21 years old or families looking to enjoy dinner on the train. NPX is partnering with Hunt Club Distillery, in Sheridan, to offer samplings and specialty cocktails to passengers in the 10 West and Duke Dining Car, who will enjoy a guided tasting of Hunt Club’s products along with their meal.

Cocktails from Hunt Club Distillery will be available on order for adults in all 3 train cars.

The Dinner Express will run at 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on May 21, with boarding from Forest Park in Noblesville.   For more information or to purchase tickets visit nickelplateexpress.com/tickets or click on the graphic at the top of the story in The Times’ online edition.

The Nickel Plate Express is a program of the Nickel Plate Heritage Railroad, a charitable nonprofit organization that operates the historic Arcadia Depot and offers entertainment and educational excursions on historic train equipment out of Forest Park. The 12.5 miles of Nickel Plate Track is owned by the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority.