Discussion in 'Museum of Amtrak Timetables Discussion' started by Twin Star Rocket, May 20, 2019.
Here's a photo of one. Any others?
I think I have a SUNSET LIMITED schedule in Spanish. Somewhere.
The Route Guides on the Sunset and Eagle that used to be in the Sleepers had English and Spanish Sections.
When I first rode the INTER-AMERICAN in 1973, the Amtrak conductors usually carried a NdeM
timetable with them.
Must be a French, or at least bilingual TT, for the Adirondack, Montrealer, and other trains into Canada...
Yes…going way back to an Amtrak System Timetable in 1972…. there was a bilingual page for the ‘Montrealer’ when it was inaugurated.
Link below to the Museum of Railway Timetables
I thought there may have been some timecards just for those trains, in addition to the National TT...
Here’s the Adirondack timetable from the first run in August 1974…and I have numerous other individual Adirondack and Montrealer timetables in my collection that are bilingual. Even today the .PDF schedule for the Adirondack on Amtrak’s web page is bilingual: Pages 1 & 2 are in English and the identical pages 3 & 4 are in French.
Amtrak needs for Julie to be multi lingo in regions of country where French and spanish are wildly used.
Separate names with a comma.