The Murder Mystery Dinner Theater train reopened Friday in Fort Myers for the first time since Hurricane Ian hit Sept. 28.
That source of entertainment is a small portion of the business provided to Southwest Florida by the Seminole Gulf Railway.
The railway is in peril and is hoping for public, government funding to restore its private business. The railroad bridges crossing the Peace River near Arcadia and the Caloosahatchee River from Fort Myers to North Fort Myers were destroyed by the hurricane’s flooding and storm surge.
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