Vol. 47, No. 2 (2023-3)
Issue No. 296
36 passenger trains a day on Florida East Coast! • VIA Rail Canada completes Budd HEP fleet testing program.
by Frank Keller — Positive outlook as Alaska Railroad marks its centennial year.
Alaska Railroad’s Whittier Shuttle
by Bill Anderson — A look back at America’s first “auto train.”
by Carl Graves — Close encounters with Kansas City Southern’s business train.
The Michigan Timberliner
by Ron Cady — New York Central’s seasonal train from Detroit to Mackinaw City.
Morocco’s Al Boraq
by Jeff Lunden — Africa’s first high-speed rail line.
The Amtrak Diaries, Part 8
by Mark W. Jones — Memories of becoming a Lead Service Attendant.
On the Point/Editorial by Kevin J. Holland
The Journal/News compiled by Kevin McKinney
North American Intercity/Kevin McKinney
Window on the World/Kevin McKinney
Rail Users’ Network/Richard Rudolph, PhD, Rail Users’ Network
Capitol Unlimited/Jim Mathews, Rail Passengers Association
Rush Hour/Kevin McKinney and Scott Ornstein
Transport Action Canada/Terence Johnson, Transport Action Canada
Mail, Express, and L.C.L./letters from our readers