A&SV RR

Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad

Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad Depot, 200 SE 5th Street, Abilene, KS, 67410     Depot phone # 785-263-0118 or 888-426-6689     Office phone # 785-263-1077 or 888-426-6687

Copyright © 2011-2021     Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad Association     All rights reserved


Hoffman Grist Mill

105 N. Factory St.

Enterprise, KS   67441

(4 miles south of I-70 Exit 281)


Click HERE to go to the

Hoffman Mill website


Thanks for riding with us this season!  We hope to see you again next year!


Have you ever wanted to work on a railroad?  Volunteers are needed!

Contact the A&SVRR office for info.


One hour narrated group tour

of Abilene by Trolley Bus

Click HERE for additional details


Click HERE to view a brief

video about our railroad.

Bulletin Board

Welcome

Our Regular Excursion Train at Abilene, KS

Our Steam Locomotive former

ATSF #3415

Our Dining Car with tables set and ready for dinner


Abilene & Smoky Valley Depot, 200 SE 5th St., Abilene, KS  67410


Click HERE to book online now!

Your tax exempt donations

to help preserve this historic

operation are appreciated!!!


Click HERE to find our depot location on Google Maps.

Come to Abilene and ride the train.

Relive the old west with a visit to Old Abilene Town.  

Enjoy a meal at the adjacent Hitching Post Restaurant & Saloon.

Visit the Dickinson County Heritage Center and

the Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum.




The Steam Locomotive is Out of Service and will not run on October 2 & 3 as planned.  The Alco Diesel will pull the trains.




Two Dinner Trains have been added to the schedule on October 16 & October 23, 2021.  Click HERE for more information.


Charter the train for your group.  Call the office to check availability and options.

Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad

200 SE 5th Street,

Abilene, KS, 67410


Depot phone:  785-263-0118

or 888-426-6689


Office phone:  785-263-1077

or 888-426-6687

Our Railroad is operated solely by volunteers!

Are you interested in helping us operate our trains?

Click HERE for more information.