4th QUARTER 2022: Featuring White Pass & Yukon, the historic narrow-gauge line that offers one of Alaska’s most popular cruise-ship shore excursions. It’s a time of transition for WP&Y as the railway works hard to emerge from the pandemic. Also in this issue: “Good-Looking From Any Angle” (remembering Southern Pacific’s Daylight Alco PA diesels); “Jonesy’s Big Adventure, Part 5”; a trip report on Georgia’s Azalea Sprinter tourist train; “Santa Fe All the Way” (recalling the late, great Super Chief in its final decade); and Electro-Motive’s Alphabet, Part 2. All this and more in the 2022-4 issue of Passenger Train Journal!

Current Issue

Vol. 46, No. 4 (2022-4)
Issue No. 293


Features

Journal Spotlight

Amtrak’s Vermont Expansion

White Pass in Transition

by Kevin J. Holland — New equipment and new challenges on this scenic narrow-gauge line.

Good-Looking From Any Angle

by Richard Francaviglia — An esthetic appreciation of SP’s Daylight Alco PA locomotives.

Trip Report: The Azalea Sprinter

by Jack M. Turner — Sampling a new tourist train in southern Georgia.

Jonesy’s Big Adventure, Part 5

by Mark W. Jones — The Amtrak Diaries continue with a trip to Texas working on the Eagle.

Santa Fe All the Way

by M.E. Singer — Remembering the Super Chief in its final decade.

Electro-Motive’s Alphabet, Part 2

by Kevin J. Holland — Continuing our centennial survey of EMC and EMD passenger diesels.

Departments

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


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