Discussion related to railroads/trains that show up in TV shows, commercials, movies, literature (books, poems and more), songs, the Internet, and more... Also includes discussion of well-known figures in the railroad industry or the rail enthusiast hobby.
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A new edition of Bradt's popular USA by Rail guidebook has just been published, with updated details of current Amtrak trains in the US and VIA Rail in Canada, as well as many tourist and steam railroads. The book also has chapters on North American railway history, helpful route guides and information about where to stay, tourist attractions, etc at major cities en route.
'Nothing beats flying across the country on a train.' - Homer Simpson.