U.S., Amtrak Crescent History: A Southern Dining Car Menu

By J. Bruce Richardson, Corridor Rail Development Corporation; January 4, 2021 In 1973, The Southern Crescent was still operating as…

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History Abounds Inside and Outside New Orleans’ Union Passenger Terminal

By Matt Haines, Very Local New Orleans; April 25, 2019 It’s likely most New Orleanians know the Union Passenger Terminal…

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India: Despite checks, roosters still transported in passenger coaches

By Jose K. Joseph, Express News Service, The New Indian Express; March 18, 2019 TIRUCHY: With several passengers continuing to transport…

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How the Washington & Old Dominion railroad created Northern Virginia’s suburbs

By Gregg Otten, Guest Contributor, Greater Greater Washington; October 3, 2018 Today, the Washington & Old Dominion (W&OD) is a…

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North Carolina: ‘Al Capone may have sat on them.’ Amtrak salvages history from Raleigh’s train station.

By Richard Stradling, The News & Observer; July 23, 2018 RALEIGH – Now that passengers are catching Amtrak trains at…

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Loft apartments to fill former Norfolk Southern building in downtown Atlanta

By J. Scott Trubey, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution; February 21, 2018 The Los Angeles developer behind plans to turn downtown Atlanta’s…

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Unique New Orleans moments: Union Passenger Terminal opens in 1954

Staff Report, The New Orleans Advocate; December 27, 2017 The New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal replaced five railroad stations that…

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Tourism, trade could grow with Western North Carolina railroad renaissance

Written by Cory Vaillancourt, Smoky Mountain News; September 27, 2017 Long before the Oct. 3, 1880, arrival of the first…

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