The Strasburg Rail Road, located just east of downtown Strasburg, Pennsylvania on state highway 741, features 45-minute rides on old-fashioned coaches pulled by a steam locomotive. The train reverses direction at the nearby town of Paradise, within sight of mainline tracks that run eastward to Philadelphia. While I waited for my ride, I took this pic of two rows of SRR's coaches occupying tracks parallel to where passengers board the train.
The Strasburg station includes a play area for young children, including a set of hand-powered "cranky cars", which move along a scaled-down track.
The station has a miniature steam train, which runs from one end of the publicly open area to the other.
Here's the locomotive, pulling the (full-size) train into the station.
On the return from Paradise, passengers have the option of getting off at Groff's Picnic Grove and catching a later train back to Strasburg.
The train passes by Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, of which this is merely a part.
After returning to Strasburg station, everyone leaves the train. The tracks for the miniature train are separated from the platform by a fence.