St. Thomas L&PS Train FAQ
When/where are train rides?
At the L&PS station we offer train rides from our station to Parkside for special events. There is no regular schedule for the train to London or Port Stanley. Check our website www.railwaycitytourism.com for info on upcoming train rides.
How much does a train ride cost?
The train rides from the L&PS Station run for special events and are usually at NO COST courtesy of Railway City Tourism and the St. Thomas Economic Development Corporation or other sponsoring groups.
Why doesn’t the train run to Port Stanley/London?
The train does not run to Port Stanley or London as it is run by a volunteer rail tourism organization, the Port Stanley Terminal Rail. They are not a transit company. Its current purpose is for tourism due to the track’s historic nature.
Will there be a train running to Port Stanley/London in the future?
The train tracks are named “L&PS” due to their historic roots. Their current purpose is for scenic tours along the tracks in Port Stanley and separately in St. Thomas; we do not know what the future holds.
Why is this station here?
The L&PS Station is home to Railway City Tourism, the tourist info centre open year-round.
Can I book a train for an event?
Yes. If you are interested in booking the train for your event please contact the Port Stanley Terminal Rail by phone at 519-782-3730 or by e-mail at info@PSTR.on.ca.
The Port Stanley Terminal Rail offers scenic train rides in Port Stanley on a seasonal basis. Reservations are not required and regular rides are one hour in duration. Adults cost $15 and children ages 2-14 years old cost $9.
The Port Stanley Terminal Rail also has special half price rides and dinner events on the train. Visit www.PSTR.on.ca for more details.