Passengers on this open-air train are treated to the scent of ramen broth fumes.
Fifty years ago, Congress consolidated all of America's passenger train service into one entity: Amtrak. Here are a few facts about the nationwide rail network.
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The Google Maps app will help you find out if your train will likely be too crowded for social distancing.
Instead of taking a traditional vacation, make the most of your travel time by visiting every corner of America by train in just seven days.
Get to know Philip Ashforth Coppola, an artist who has been sketching under-appreciated details in New York City subway stations for more than four decades.
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Airplane turbulence and cold, hard desks make napping on the go a dangerous game, but this travel pillow can help.
It was 150 years ago today—on May 10, 1869—that "The Last Spike" was driven into America's first transcontinental railroad. The spike was made of gold, so anyone could tell it was important, but there was plenty more to get excited about.
The real-life steam train used as the Hogwarts Express in 'Harry Potter' is open to passengers from April through October.