If you have a thing for trains or just want to experience what it would be like to stay in a completely restored train car from 1909, then this will be well worth the 3-hour drive from Tri-Cities to Deary, Idaho (NE of Lewiston).

The owners have even recreated a train depot with a roof and deck - all sitting in the privacy of the forest and wheat fields. So, you could say you're taking the train away from it all, so to speak.

The train car, number 306, was part of the Washington Idaho and Montana Railway for about 46 years from 1909 to 1955. It carried passengers, mail, and other items during its service. The owners spent almost the entire year of 2020 moving it to the location and restoring it. Scroll down and take a peek inside and then watch a video of the restoration process, learn more about its history, and book a night stay here.

See Inside Restored 1909 Train Car Vacation Rental

The train car, number 306, was part of the Washington Idaho and Montana Railway for about 46 years from 1909 to 1955. It carried passengers, mail, and other items during its service. The owners spent almost the entire year of 2020 moving it to the location and restoring it. Scroll down and take a peek inside and then go watch a video of the restoration process, learn more about its history, and book a night stay here

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