The Lehigh Limited covered over 175 miles of rare route mileage in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  The train departed from NJ Transit’s Hoboken Terminal and stopped at Newark Penn Station to receive additional passengers before continuing on Norfolk Southern's (former Lehigh Valley Railroad) Lehigh Line to Bethlehem, where the train stopped and allowed passengers to get off the train for a catered lunch (included in the price of tickets) at Norfolk Southern’s piggyback facility.  After lunch, the train returned east via Norfolk Southern’s (former Lackawanna Railroad) Washington Secondary and NJ Transit’s (former Lackawanna Railroad) Morristown Line.  The train made a stop at Newark Broad Street to drop off passengers before completing its journey back to Hoboken Terminal.