Passenger Train Journal Fourth Quarter 2014
Two Milestone Changes for Chicago Trains • by Mike Schafer — Joliet Union Station: Out with the old and in with the new. Englewood: Metra really is the way to fly here!
Oklahoma Passenger Rail • by C.B. Hall — The Sooner State has embraced its Oklahoma City–Fort Worth Heartland Flyer. Will service from Oklahoma City to Tulsa be next?
50 Years of the Skokie Swift • by Lou Gerard — From the ashes of a portion of the storied Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee grew one of the most successful rapid-transit operations in all of Chicagoland.
15 Years of Passenger Service on the Erie Lackawanna • by El Simon — Formed by the 1960 union of the venerable Erie Railroad and the vanguard Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, the EL offered an amazing variety of passenger-train service during its 15-year existence.
Amtrak's Capital Idea • by El Simon — Amtrak reveals the intended names of the newest members of its Viewliner fleet of baggage cars, baggage-dorms, sleepers, and diners.
On the Point • by Mike Schafer
The Journal • by George Fletcher
North American Intercity • by Karl Zimmerman
Rush Hour • by Kevin McKinney with Joseph M. Calisi
Window on the World • by Kevin McKinney
Capitol Unlimited • by Bill Stewart
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