Most towns have more than one bar? Have you traveled out West in the wide open spaces? :huh:
Actually, it was railroad.net, but thanks anyway for the advice. The trainorders poster took his cue from the railroad.net poster I think.
Works for Amtrak, apparently. Said he: "when we know [about delivery], you'll know..."
I don't think having a sleeping car in the consist is a prerequisite for having a dining car. I rode the Merchants Limited loads of times in the...
I read on another forum that these cars are billed to go to storage. Not surprised, if true.
I know that; but this discussion is about Florida to Maine, not Syracuse to Boston.
When you get past the age of 70, see if you're still singing the same tune. There are LOADS of senior citizens who like to travel by train have...
IMO Kennebunk doesn't even need a stop. It's only a few miles north of the Wells Station.
And Amtrak, in its infinite wisdom, carries baggage to Boston on only one train per day: the overnight WAS-BOS train. You'd either have to be on...
The Staybridge Suites is right across the street from the station. I've stayed at the Best Western a few blocks away, and it's very good.
More like: being strangled to death.
Doesn't apply to "proprietary information".
Somebody on another board mentioned that as of November 8, the train goes to/from New York again,
The thurible is off kilter.
I would. And I'd pay a tax on a ticket, too, just like I do to fly. Or drive on a toll road.
In many places in Europe, there is a double crossover not too far from the bumper. The incoming engine uncouples and pulls forward between the...
There is a loop at Southampton, and a loop's [or a wye's] function is to keep the head end arriving at the terminal in the same place when it...
Some people on here are not happy with the customer service at BofA. I'm one of them, and I'm a new customer.
On the passenger manifest, is a passenger's status noted?
So, how do you find out which track you need to go to, in advance of its posting?
Separate names with a comma.