Growing Alaska’s Gold Rush railroad

By David Thomas, Canadian Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; December 5, 2018 Ever since the first rail was laid in 1898 to…

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Churchill, Manitoba residents gather to see first passenger train in 18 months pull into town

By Rachel Bergen, CBC News; December 5, 2018 After 18 months without service, Churchill, Man., residents gathered to welcome the…

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Rail advocates in Ontario want government to consider transportation strategy – including passenger rail

By Elaine Della-Mattia, The Sault Star; November 12, 2018 Passenger rail advocates are hoping the provincial government take the time…

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Nevada: Local leaders hopeful for Las Vegas, Victorville high-speed rail

By Richard N. Velotta, Las Vegas Review-Journal; November 10, 2018 Southern Nevada leaders in tourism and transportation have given the…

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‘Time for Canadian Feds to re-fund the passenger train’, says coalition

By Staff, SooToday.com; October 30, 2018 NEWS RELEASE COALITION FOR ALGOMA PASSENGER TRAINS It’s been three long years now since…

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End of season for Agawa Tour Train a complete wash, officials say

By James Hopkin, Sootoday.com; October 17, 2018 The Agawa Canyon Tour Train had to cancel its final four days of…

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Along Florida’s east coast: Stuart, Fort Pierce battle for Brightline station

By Lisa Broadt, Treasure Coast Newspapers, TCPalm.com; September 21, 2018 The battle to stop the train is turning into the…

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Local Illinois officials share concerns about Amtrak service with Senator Durbin

By Rebecca Susmarski of GateHouse Media Illinois, Journal Star; September 19, 2018 GALESBURG — U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin met with…

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Churchill, Manitoba residents hopeful railway deal will revitalize their shuttered port

By Rob Drinkwater, The Canadian Press, National Observer; September 2, 2018 News of a deal to sell and repair a…

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