Posted 15 September 2018 - 02:02 AM
Nice to see that there are more AU members trying to cover the whole network and/or all of the US states. I've done all of them, including Alaska on the Alaska Railroad, except of course Wyoming and South Dakota. I know that there sometimes are detours through the state of Wyoming but for me that is almost impossible to do on short notice, because I don't live in the US. Envious of you guys living there. For me it is always a big undertaking to plan my trips, but you could basically just hop on a train.
@tim49424: I'll be visiting the state of Michigan again in May next year, on Amtrak's Michigan Service. I'm looking forward to seeing Detroit, Port Huron, and Grand Rapids, among others.
Amtrak Routes Traveled: Lake Shore Limited, California Zephyr, San Joaquin, Pacific Surfliner, Coast Starlight, Empire Builder, Cardinal, Crescent, Sunset Limited, Southwest Chief, Hiawatha, City of New Orleans, Texas Eagle, Heartland Flyer, Missouri River Runner, Lincoln, Wolverine, Northeast Regional, Acela Express, Downeaster, Vermonter, Silver Star, Silver Meteor, Capitol Limited, Pennsylvanian, Amtrak Cascades, Maple Leaf, Adirondack, Ethan Allen Express, Keystone, Carolinian, Piedmont.
Other Routes in North America: Denali Star (Anchorage-Fairbanks, Alaska Railroad), The Ocean (Halifax-Montréal), Corridor (Montréal-Toronto), The Canadian (Toronto-Vancouver).
Amtrak: approx. 29,000 miles and 47 states; VIA Rail Canada: approx. 4,300 miles and eight provinces.