I've had this ancient memory from the 60s of riding to somewhere in the east, perhaps to/from Boston / NY, other, on the Aerotrain..
I'd like to know if it was instead a dream I'd had but over decades became what I started accepting as being real and never likely would have occurred ...
Does anyone know of any sites that could tell me how many trains pass through an area per day? I'd like to do some rail fanning here in Colorado, but I don't know which tracks would have enough traffic to make it worth it.
I am collecting rolling stock for my model RR from small, and mostly fallen, road names from the southeast. I came across the ATW.
These days all we hear about are the big four. I...
from the poster;
"P80 is a local that transfers cars between Chamblee and Gainesville and mostly uses older equipment like these SD40-2's. On this day the train was very long and one of the units was having problems with the anti-slip system. This section of track is on a hill and long trains...