Passenger Train Journal First Quarter 2009
Maintaining the Mules • by Andy Kirk — Amtrak, Missouri DOT, and Union Pacific work together to smooth the flow of rail traffic between St. Louis and Kansas City.
Debumping" the Mainline of the Long Island Rail Road • by George Povall — How the LIRR handled a necessary, two-day disruption of one of its busiest route segments.
St. Louis Gets a Station • by Ron Goldfeder — Finally, after 30 years, Amtrak discards the "temporary station" description for one of the largest cities it serves.
Amfleet Through the Years • by Elbert Simon Jr. and David C. Warner — How Amtrak has made good use of its 492 Amfleet cars. And you thought all Amfleet cars were alike!
Rails to the Sky • by Richard Thom — By passenger train to Tibet.
Trailblazer: Riding Metro-North's New Haven Branches • by Theodore W. Scull — Here's a day trip out of New York City that will take you up two scenic branches of the former New Haven Railroad.
The Argonaut Remembered • by Thad H. Carter — Recalling Southern Pacific's secondary run between Los Angeles and New Orleans (and later Houston and New Orleans).
On the Point • by Mike Schafer
The Journal • by George Fletcher
North American Intercity • by Karl Zimmerman
LeisureRail • by Ted & Sylvia Blishak
Rush Hour • by Michael Roberts
Window on the World • by Kevin McKinney
Mail, Express and L.C.L."