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The Baltimore and Ohio was actually well known for its passenger trains in the 1960s as one of the few railroads who still ran a first class outfit. The New York Central and Penn Central were known as some of the worst in the late sixties.

The Top of the List for Classy Passenger Trains in the 60s was Santa Fe!

 

The Bottom Feeder, in my expierence, was SP, their model is now being used by Amtrak in an attempt to run off Passengers by cutting willy-nilly on the LD Trains!😥

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The Baltimore and Ohio was actually well known for its passenger trains in the 1960s as one of the few railroads who still ran a first class outfit.

Run by Paul H. Reistrup... :)

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The Baltimore and Ohio was actually well known for its passenger trains in the 1960s as one of the few railroads who still ran a first class outfit. The New York Central and Penn Central were known as some of the worst in the late sixties.

The Top of the List for Classy Passenger Trains in the 60s was Santa Fe!

 

The Bottom Feeder, in my expierence, was SP, their model is now being used by Amtrak in an attempt to run off Passengers by cutting willy-nilly on the LD Trains!

 

What? The "Friendly Espee"?

Automat cars, anyone? :giggle:

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I'm from India, I dream of traveling by rail in Chicago and nearby areas!

Welcome! Hopefully we can help you make that happen! :)

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