Basically, I'm asking here about your favorite scenery you ever saw on an Amtrak train, thanks to a train being hours and hours late. And as a result, that your train was hours and hours late and allowed you to see scenery usually one doesn't get to see, due to the fact the regular schedule(IF a train was on time and not very late) would mean certain points on a route would normally be passed through in darkness before sunrise. I.e. Cleveland and Sandusky on Lake Shore and Capitol(#49 and #29) going west, being able to see Yuma, AZ on Sunset(#2/422) going east, seeing Libby, MT(if not also Sandpoint, ID) on Empire Builder(#8/28) going east, seeing Newton, KS(if not also Hutchinson) going east on Southwest Chief(#4), seeing Chico, CA going south on Coast Starlight(#11) list goes on of possible examples. My favorite such example I can remember, was getting to see around Cleveland and Sandusky, when I was riding train #29(westbound Capitol Limited) through there coming back from Pittsburgh towards home(Chicago). Due to the fact the train was over 3 hours late, it was interesting to see new scenery(east of Toledo) in daylight that westbound Amtrak Cap passengers almost never see in daylight! Was greatly interesting to see the scenery of Cleveland's neighborhoods and also places like Lakewood, OH in daytime, and ditto with seeing Cedar Point's rides in the distance and seeing an interesting marsh/wetland just west of Sandusky. And as I remember, I started to see hints of daylight around Alliance, OH, and the sunrise occurred right after we passed Alliance. How about similar scenery you saw that you found interesting that you ended up seeing and passing by unusually, due to an Amtrak train you were on being hours and hours late? Thanks to others, who respond.