Terror Train 6607

The 2017 Terror Train runs every Friday - Sunday October 1-30, 2017.

Terror Train 6077 is back, and it's rolling into Capreol with a car full of carnies and clowns to bring you "the most terrifying show on earth."

This year's theme is "Return of the Nightmare to the North Pole" so expect to get your holiday spirit on a couple months early. 

Terror Tours - Every Weekend in October from 7 - 10 p.m.


The terror tours will run every weekend from Oct. 3 on Fridays to Sundays, from 7-10 p.m. The last tour will be on Devil's Night (Oct. 30). There is a flat fee of $12 per person, and children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


In previous years, NORMHC and Northern Screams transformed the site into a ghost town, based on the actual abandoned town, Sellwood, north of Capreol.

For more information contact the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre at (705) 824-1559, or email info@normhc.ca.

About Kirsten Hysert

Kirsten is a staff writer for Northeastern Ontario Tourism with a love for travel, photography and exploring the outdoors in Northern Ontario. Find out more about Northeastern Ontario by visiting www.northeasternontario.com, or email her at kirsten@northeasternontario.com.

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