The historic trains of Fillmore and Western are located in equally historic downtown Fillmore, California. The 1920's-era business district greets visitors as they turn off of rural Highway 126. Fillmore is in the heart of The Heritage Valley, where travelers find themselves steeped in the history of local farming families and rich in agricultural treasures. Pristine century-old citrus and avocado orchards are the main attraction along the route of the train rides. The passenger coach cars and dining cars are from the 1930's and 1940's, truly a step back in time for all who venture onboard. The many locomotives used to power the train are all pre-1950 and gently restored to meet the demands of the 21st century. View Mt. San Cayetano and the Topa Topa Mountains to the north and South Mountain on the south, creating the Santa Clara River Valley. Fillmore is the trailhead of the Sespe Wilderness and Los Padres National Forest, home of the California Condor. History, nature and a small town atmosphere have all been nurtured and preserved in the valley for passengers who truly want to step back in time.