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2017 Releases

At Verde Canyon Railroad we “Wine” for Chocolate

Raptors and Rails: A Harmonious Existence in the Verde Canyon

 

2016 Releases

Arizona Autumn in Colorful Verde Canyon

Verde Canyon Railroad Salutes the National Park Service Centennial, 1916-2016

Become a Member of Verde Canyon Railroad’s Elite Honorary Engineer’s Guild with a Ride-Along

A Trip Aboard Verde Canyon Railroad Translates to “Scenic Beauty” In Any Language

Vintage Independence Day Holiday Weekend: Small Town Arizona-Style

New Eagle Nest in Verde Canyon

Chocolate and Romance on the Rails at Verde Canyon Railroad

Uncover the Treasure of Spring Along Verde Canyon Railroad: A Season of Blooms, Bunnies and Rail History

A Real Life Amusement Park:A Wilderness Summer at Verde Canyon Railroad

2015 Releases

Gold at Verde Canyon Railroad

Ales on Rails 2015

A Fresh Look to Showcase History and Culture

Silver Anniversary Announcement

Grape Train Escape: July 25, August 29, September 12

Spring in Bloom

Easter Bunny Express – April 5

 

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Commercial and Special Photography. Photography for commercial use, or gain, requires prior authorization. Contact Teresa Propeck at 623-374-3185, 602-316-9887 or tpropeck@verdecanyonrr.net PRIOR to arriving at train depot.  This includes engagements for commercial gain or profit such as movie films, commercial television productions, photography for commercial advertisements and wedding or group stagings.

Photography. Photography shall mean the taking of moving and/or still images.

Public Area. An area open to general public access and occupancy (station areas and platforms for ticketed passengers only) that is not otherwise posted or restricted by posted signs or locking devices. Signage, building design and physical barriers, i.e. fencing, bollards, etc., may also distinguish a public area from a restricted area.

Restricted Area. A restricted area is any area not open to or occupied by the public, or is open to or occupied by the public on a limited basis. Signage, building design and physical barriers, i.e. fencing, bollards, etc., may also distinguish a restricted area from a public area.

Restricted areas include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Crew and Employee Work Areas
  2. Maintenance Facilities
  3. Unoccupied Trains and Engines
  4. Office Areas
  5. Right of Way and Track Areas
  6. In service train cars
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