Tourist & Museum Railways in
A Grand Bellevue Dinner Train on the Causeway at
the northern end of the line.
The Causeway led to the Sakonnet River rail bridge, out of use
since 1980 and removed completely in 2006.
The locomotive is a GE 44-ton switcher, #43 of the Newport &
Narangassett Bay Railroad.
Bellevue Excursions from Portsmouth, total length of line
about 9 miles (15 km). Standard gauge, diesel hauled, all
inclusive dining trains. Operates most weekends and some weekdays
mid April to December, also by private charter
Explorers (Rhode Island Division): railbikes (pedal powered rail
speeders) with two separate routes, on the tracks of Grand Bellevue.
Operates Thursdays to Sundays, late April to mid October, daily in
July and August
- Northern Route Portsmouth Grove to Anthony Road,
about 6 miles (10 km), one way journey returning by bus
- Southern Route Portsmouth Grove to Bayside, about
3 miles (5 km)