Kansas City Southern (KCS) will not run its Holiday Express train this year due to the pandemic, but it plans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the program with a fundraiser to benefit The Salvation Army in 20 communities along its U.S. rail network.
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Kansas City Southern’s 18th annual Holiday Express will distribute a $171,756 in gift cards to The Salvation Army its 27-stop journey through 22 communities in eight states. The gift cards are designated for the purchase of warm clothing and other necessities for children in need.
From Nov. 24 through Dec. 19, Kansas City Southern will be operating its annual Holiday Express train, which will stop in 22 communities in six states on 26 dates. This will be the 17th annual excursion for the train, which will be led by KCS’ iconic Southern Belle business train.