Passenger Train Journal Third Quarter 2022

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Features:

Journal spotlight • Rebirth of a Dining Car Society • Alaska Railroad resumes full summer schedule • Restoration plans for Chessie 29 • Rare mileage in Florida: AAPRCO’s Sugarland Limited.

VIA’s New Corridor Fleetby Terry Johnson — The first of 32 Siemens trainsets arrives in Canada for testing.

Return of a Ramblerby Alex Mayes — Reading & Northern 4-8-4 engine 2102 is back in passenger service.

What Was It the Red Caps Were Saying?by Bill Anderson — Portland Union Station three years before Amtrak.

Jonesy’s Big Adventure, Part 4by Mark W. Jones — The Amtrak Diaries continue with a trip on the City of New Orleans.

Trip Report: Opportunities Missed?by Geoffrey H. Doughty — The Lake Shore, the Empire Builder, and a Viewliner II report card.

Electro-Motive’s Alphabet, Part 1by Kevin J. Holland — A centennial survey of EMC and EMD passenger-service diesel models.

Departments:

Capitol Unlimited • by Jim Matthews, NARP President & CEO

In Print • by Geoffrey H. Doughty, Jeffrey T. Darbee, and Eugene E. Harmon
Amtrak, America's Railroad Indiana University Press, 2021

Mail, Express and L.C.L.

North American Intercity • by Kevin McKinney

On the Point • by Kevin J. Holland

Rail Users Network • by Richard Rudolph, Ph.D, Chairman, Rail User’s Network

Rush Hour • by Kevin McKinney

The Journal • by Kevin McKinney

Window on the World • by Kevin McKinney