This beautiful Christmas photo of the Glen Mills Station and the others below were taken by Steve Rogers.
Every Saturday and Sunday through December 23rd, bring the family and join Santa for a 90-minute journey on The Santa Express, a heated decorated train that runs through the Chester Creek Valley. 

Santa greets everyone at the Market Street Station in West Chester before they begin their Christmas Journey that ends in the quaint town of Glen Mills, where passengers can disembark and explore the historic station. There are plenty of photo ops on Santa’s lap inside the station! 

Entertainer Greg Wright and friends will be singing all of your favorite Christmas songs during the trip. They take requests so don't be shy! 
Click here for Google Map showing the Market St. Station

Adults - $25
Children (2-12) - $18
Toddlers (9mo-23mo) - $8

A little bit of history before you ride the rails...

The West Chester Railroad runs 90 minute round trips between Market Street in West Chester, and the village of Glen Mills.  Pennsylvania. The route follows the beautiful Chester Creek...a setting so stunning you'll forget that you are only 30 minutes from center city Philadelphia!

This route is part of the old Pennsylvania Railroad central division on the West Chester and Phoenixville branch. Historic stations along the way are the Westtown station, now an art gallery located next to the new Westtown Township Park; the 19th century village and station at Cheyney, also home to one of the nation's oldest African American universities; Locksley Station, which is near one of the oldest iron slitting mill sites in the country and the Frazier Farmstead of Revolutionary War fame; and finally the picturesque village of Glen Mills with its restored Victorian station. thought to be  designed by the noted Philadelphia architect, Frank Furness.

Market Street Station, 230 E Market St, West Chester, PA 19382