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Caboose Outdoor Platform

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Verde Canyon Railroad: The exclusive caboose is designed for one party of six or less adults. Its luxurious interior features oversized chairs near panoramic windows and access to private outdoor viewing platforms.

Two cupola seats afford a bird’s eye view of the Canyon rarely seen by one without wings. A personal valet pours Champagne upon boarding and serves sumptuous, freshly-made appetizers. A choice of premium alcoholic beverages is available for purchase throughout the trip.

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