Train of Thought
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    Posted over 4 years ago by Jim Wrinn
    Posted by Jim Wrinn, Editor OK, so let’s just say that you are traveling in one of the greatest railroad states in the nation (Utah), and on the February morning you had free, you could choose anything you wanted to do — as long as you didn’t mind the...
    Posted over 4 years ago by Jim Wrinn
    Posted by Jim Wrinn, Editor Heber Valley Railroad Executive Director Craig Lacey was astounded at the phone call he got Tuesday. It was from a resident of the region just east of Salt Lake City wondering what that sound was. “She wondered if it was a...
    Posted over 4 years ago by Matt Van Hattem
    By Matt Van Hattem, Senior Editor One of the most popular features in Trains magazine is now a benefit for subscribers who visit our Web site: the Map of the Month , available as PDF files you can save or print out. Use our drop-down menus to find maps...
    Posted over 4 years ago by Andy Cummings
    By Andy Cummings, Associate Editor I touched base yesterday with my friend Alex Huff, who recently retired from the railroad industry after a career with Missouri Pacific, Michigan Northern, and Dakota Southern. I wanted to see how he was doing in retirement...
    Posted over 4 years ago by Kevin P. Keefe
    Of all the brilliant time wasters on the Internet, my guiltiest pleasure is Google Earth . That little blue marble just stares at me from my desktop, daring me to dive into another ridiculous journey across time and topography, leading me at helicopter...