Posted 26 January 2016 - 06:41 PM
I used to travel with a smoker. We were well aware of the "fresh air" stops.
From memory: Fort Madison, Kansas City, Dodge City (they don't announce this one since it's during quiet hours), La Junta, Raton, and Albuquerque.
We never traveled past Albuquerque, so I'm not sure if there's one between Albuquerque and Winslow.
Also, since you have a service dog, there may be additional stops where they'll let you out to relieve the dog. I sat with a lady during lunch on the way back to Chicago on the California Zephyr, and she was the only non-departing passenger they allowed off the train at Galesburg. She said the conductor knew she had a service dog and had been making them aware of stops that weren't necessarily fresh air stops, provided the stop lasted longer than a minute or two.
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