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Suspected Drunk Driver Breaks RR Crossing Arm, Roads Closed

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in Arlington say a suspected drunk driver hit a railroad crossing and broke the crossing arm just before midnight. 256 more words

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Track Work Disrupts Some Lincoln Service Trains

Track work being performed by Union Pacific between May 2 and 5 will disrupt Amtrak’s Lincoln Service and Texas Eagle trains in Illinois with some passengers having to completion a portion of their trip aboard a bus. 160 more words

Amtrak News

The Utah Parks Company

For nearly fifty years the Utah Parks Company brought tourists to the national parks of southwestern Utah and northern Arizona. Cedar City marketed itself as the “Gateway to the National Parks” and became the jumping off point for the tour groups.  465 more words

National Park Service

The West Yellowstone Gateway

When I think about nationally significant resources that are too rarely, for my taste, recognized as such, I think about West Yellowstone and its Union Pacific Railroad complex.   453 more words

Montana Historical Landscape

Group Eyes Eau Claire-St. Paul Rail Service

A group of western Wisconsin residents is seeking to bring back intercity rail passenger service to Eau Claire, which has not seen a passenger train in 52 years. 340 more words

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Missouri River Runners Back in Service, CONO, Texas Eagle Still Have Mid Route Bus Bridges

The Missouri River Runners returned to service over their entire route on Sunday, but the City of New Orleans and Texas Eagle continue to have mid-route bus substitutions until Thursday due to flooding in the Midwest. 134 more words

Amtrak News

Giant Christmas Tree

The giant Christmas tree in the Durham Museum is an annual tradition dating back to the 1930’s.  Formerly the Union Station (train), the lobby was annually decorated with a giant Christmas tree to welcome holiday travelers coming and going throughout the Midwest. 117 more words

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