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An elegant dining car on an old train. One of the most favorite things I love to do is ride trains.

An elegant dining car on an old train. One of the most favorite things I love to do is ride trains.

Southbound VRE Train P303 was crossing the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg, VA on July 2, 2012 with MP36PH-3C No. V58.

Southbound VRE Train P303 was crossing the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg, VA on July 2, 2012 with MP36PH-3C No. V58.

CALS Miniature Train Rides - train buffs builds, maintains, and operates mostly coal burning live miniature steam locomotives. Offer free train rides on the second Sunday of each month 11-3:30. Near Baltimore.

CALS Miniature Train Rides - train buffs builds, maintains, and operates mostly coal burning live miniature steam locomotives. Offer free train rides on the second Sunday of each month 11-3:30. Near Baltimore.

http://www.conwayscenic.com.   When it was completed in 1875, the Frankenstein Trestle (no, it was not named after Mary Shelley's monster!) in NH's Crawford Notch was considered an engineering marvel.  Then part of Maine Central RR's famed "Mountain Division Line," it has been reinforced several times and still makes passengers on our modern-day "Notch Train" gasp with wonder!   It is now part on the "Notch Train" route of the Conway Scenic Railroad.  (From the photo collection of Dwight…

http://www.conwayscenic.com. When it was completed in 1875, the Frankenstein Trestle (no, it was not named after Mary Shelley's monster!) in NH's Crawford Notch was considered an engineering marvel. Then part of Maine Central RR's famed "Mountain Division Line," it has been reinforced several times and still makes passengers on our modern-day "Notch Train" gasp with wonder! It is now part on the "Notch Train" route of the Conway Scenic Railroad. (From the photo collection of Dwight…

The Freedom Train — a 22-car traveling U.S. bicentennial museum — puffed into Columbus, Ohio on May 21, 1975, pulled by a restored steam engine.The Freedom Train visited all 48 mainland states with exhibits for the nation’s bicentennial.

The Freedom Train — a 22-car traveling U.S. bicentennial museum — puffed into Columbus, Ohio on May 21, 1975, pulled by a restored steam engine.The Freedom Train visited all 48 mainland states with exhibits for the nation’s bicentennial.

RailPictures.Net Photo: 5711 Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8(A) at Enola, Pa, Pennsylvania by Philip Banks

RailPictures.Net Photo: 5711 Pennsylvania Railroad EMD E8(A) at Enola, Pa, Pennsylvania by Philip Banks

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