Vol. 43, No. 4 (2019-4)
Issue No. 281
NJ Transit Joins the Heritage Parade
by Russell Sullivan — Old is new on NJ Transit as the carrier unveils heritage paint schemes honoring Jersey Central, Erie Lackawanna, and Pennsy.
On the Old Broadway
by Karl Zimmermann — Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Pennsylvania Railroad’s 1949 upgrade of the Broadway Limited aboard former Broadway equipment—at speed.
Amtrak Introduces New Viewliner Diners and Modified Food Service
by Alex Mayes — The first new Amtrak sleepers in 25 years debut at Washington, D.C., along with upgraded food service in Viewliner diners.
Florida by Amtrak
by Kevin Mckinney — Why is Amtrak losing ground in a booming market? Let us count the ways! Also, a report on a trip to the Sunshine State.
The (Almost) Great Triangle Trip
by Greg Stout — Save for a short “bus bridge” bypassing trackage out of service, husband and wife travelers enjoy a remarkably fine circle trip.
Three River Valley Flyer
by Mike Schafer — The Lehigh Valley Chapter-NRHS teams up with Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern for a stellar, 200-mile rare-mileage trip with Budd RDCs.
On The Point/Editorial by Mike Schafer
The Journal/Compiled by Kevin McKinney
North American Intercity/Karl Zimmermann
Capitol Unlimited/by Jim Matthews, NARP President and CEO
Window on the World/Kevin McKinney
LeisureRail/Ted and Sylvia Blishak
Rush Hour/Kevin McKinney
Capitol Unlimited/Jim Matthews
Rail User’s Network/Richard Rudolph
The Potomac Pundit/Don Phillips