It is the return of the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train! It has been three years since it traveled through the Capital Region making stops in certain towns and cities. It's back and there will be some country artists to help with the festivities.

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What is the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train?

It is a cargo train decked out in holiday lights that travels across the country each holiday season. They haven't been spreading cheer in the last two years because of the pandemic but they are "ALL ABOARD!" in 2022. Not only do they stop at a few locations in the Capital Region but they are bringing live country music at each stop and collecting non-perishable food items to fill local food banks.

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Who Are the Country Artists That Are On The Holiday Train Stops Here?

When the Holiday Train pulls into the three Capital Region stops Stoney Creek Records recording artist Lindsay Ell will be performing live. Also new country trio Texas Hill will be entertaining us.

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Where Will The Holiday Train Be Stopping This Year?

There are three stops in the Capital Region for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train.

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On Sunday, November 27th, the Holiday Train will make a stop in Mechanicville at 300 Park Ave near the parking lot of the Elks Club. The Holiday Train will arrive at 5:50 pm and the show will run from 6 pm until 6:30 pm.

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Also on Sunday, November 27th, the Holiday Train will travel North to the Amtrak Station on 26 Station Lane in Saratoga Springs. It will arrive at 7:20 pm and showtime is from 7:30 pm until 8 pm.

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On Monday, November 28th the Holiday Train will stop in Fort Edward at the Amtrak Station on 70 East Street. It arrives at 1:05 pm and showtime is from 1:15 pm until 1:45 pm.

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At each stop, train staff will be collecting non-perishable food donations and they will be distributed to local food banks and pantries.

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