USA Today is back again with another 10Best list, ranking the Top 10 best train rides in the United States. Their team has compiled compiled lists for a number of different topics, including best rollercoasters, outdoor concerts, and indoor waterparks.

This time they are hitting the tracks, highlighting where all the best railways are for you to enjoy in the United States this summer.

Of the 20 railroads that were nominated, 2 of them happened to be from rural Upstate New York. After over a week of voting, one of them made it into the Top 10.

Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway
Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway

#10 - Saratoga Corinth and Hudson Railway - Corinth, New York

Spring, summer and fall trips through the southern Adirondack Mountains aboard this scenic railway really lean in with picnic table seating on an open-air flatbed car, with the option of coach and first class seating available as well.

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Fall "leaf peeping" tours are a given, but the Saratoga, Corinth and Hudson Railway also runs March "Snow Trains" and offers kids the rare opportunity to ride the rails in the locomotive along with the train engineer.

Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway
Saratoga Corinth & Hudson Railway

Here are the other Top 10 Must-Experience Train Rides in the Nation...

1 - Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad - Durango, Colorado
2 - Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad - Chama, New Mexico
3 - Skunk Train - Fort Bragg, California
4 - Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad - Peninsula, Ohio
5 - The Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway - Manitou Springs, Colorado
6 - Georgetown Loop Railroad - Georgetown, Colorado
7 - Great Smoky Mountains Railroad - Bryson City, North Carolina
8 - Cape Cod Central Railroad - Hyannis, Massachusetts
9 - Wilmington & Western Railroad - Wilmington, Delaware
10 - Saratoga Corinth and Hudson Railway - Corinth, New York

The other New York railway to get snubbed from the Top 10 was the Catskill Mountain Railroad in Kingston. The scenic experience traces the course of the Esopus Creek en route to Hurley Mountain. Riders enjoy crossing narrow bridges and passing by Hudson Valley farms and through lush forests that come alive with color in the fall.

11 Old Upstate Train Stations and Firehouses That Are Now Restaurants

The time comes in every small town in Upstate New York when they must look to giving up the ghost with their old train stations and firehouses. Time has passed these important places for the most part, and (in the case of the old firehouses), new, more modern ones must be built.

So, what to do with the old buildings?

Well, many communities have sold off their "old stock" of train depots and fire stations to private citizens who have breathed new life into the structures as modern, delicious, and very popular restaurants.

Here are some very old train depots and fire stations (some more than 150 years old), that
are now vital places in their communities, serving up delicious meals, a place for high-end cocktails, a venue for live entertainment, and more. And to the credit of almost each of these listed in this gallery, they have all managed to modernize these old buildings while leaving important nuances reflecting back on the DNA of their past, back to when the conductor used to holler "All Aboard" and to when the fire trucks barreled out the huge front doors answering the call in the neighborhood.

I think you will enjoy this list!

WOW!! All Aboard! Look At The Transformation of These 12 Historic Upstate New York Train Stations

A century ago it seemed that every small town and village had a railroad coming through it and a train depot to welcome it. Today there are far fewer train depots still standing from the glory years of American railroad history. But there are some, and they have been transformed into everything from restaurants to museums. Here are 12 of the best.

Abandoned Trains of New York State

Take a look around these trains, found in the woods, that time seems to have forgotten.

Take this Vintage Train Through Cooperstown - But Watch Out for Outlaw Gangs!

"Sails and Rails" Still Time For Boat & Train Fall Foliage Rides in Upstate NY