U.S., Broadway Limited And Twentieth Century Limited’s Great Rivalry History: Speed, Luxury And Superb Pullman Service

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; May 24, 2021 In the pre-Amtrak era – even in the dreary…

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U.S., Terminal Stations History: California Zephyr, City of San Francisco and San Francisco Chief

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; March 19, 2021 Enjoying the history of the California Zephyr, City of…

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U.S., Travel and Train History: 20th Century Limited, Overseas Railway, Amtrak, Auto Train, The Love Boat, Brightline and Disneyland’s Santa Fe Railway Train

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; January 15, 2021 Railroads were the first in the transportation industry to…

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U.S., New York Central History: Two elegant dining cars on each all-Pullman sleeping car 20th Century Limited consist

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; December 7, 2020 Think elegance. Think grace. Think Cary Grant and Eva…

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Michigan Central and the rebirth of Detroit

By Jonathan Marcus, BBC News; July 10, 2019 Rick Novasky has never forgotten the day back in the 1980s when…

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New York: The once-abandoned Buffalo Central Terminal turns 90, and volunteers are slowly bringing it back to life

By Alexandra Charitan, Roadtrippers; June 21, 2019 At 2 p.m. on June 22, 1929, a crowd of 2,200 people watched…

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Amtrak’s Cardinal struggling with multiple problems

By James E. Casto, Gazette-Mail, Daily Mail West Virginia; August 23, 2018 Amtrak’s posted online information for its Cardinal passenger…

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Inside the Secret Life of New York’s Grand Central Terminal

By Stefanie Waldek, Architectural Digest; August 14, 2018 When it comes to the world’s most majestic train stations, New York’s…

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New York State: At 50, Empire Service has covered a lot of ground

By Eric Anderson, the Albany Times-Union; December 2, 2017 Rensselaer – Fifty years ago this weekend, the famous “name” trains…

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