August 29, 2014

WATERVILLE, Maine – The nonprofit group restoring one of the last Maine Central steam locomotives in existence hope to move it from its current display site sometime in 2015. Volunteers with New... Read more
OMAHA – Reviving a nearly century old tradition, a special passenger train will operate from Omaha to Lincoln, Neb. on Sept. 20 carrying fans to the Nebraska Cornhuskers versus Miami Hurricanes ... Read more
Downeaster Brian Benson
BRUNSWICK, Maine – Maine Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Patricia Aho has sent a six-page letter questioning proponents of a new Brunswick layover facility for the Downe... Read more
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. – A series of fall foliage trains with opportunities to ride over the freight-only Livonia, Avon & Lakeville Railroad will be operated in cooperation with the Rochester &... Read more
FRISCO, Texas – The Museum of the American Railroad will provide guided walking tours of a portion of its new facilities in Frisco beginning Sept. 13 and continuing through Nov. 22. “Autum... Read more
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BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Western New York Railway Historical Society and its Heritage DiscoveRY Center have acquired a historic North American Car Co. tank car, a display piece that will compliment W... Read more
BALTIMORE – The Federal Transit Administration has given the Maryland Transit Administration the go-ahead to move the Purple Line Light Rail project to the engineering phase of its New Starts gr... Read more
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ROCKFORD, Ill. — At a town hall meeting convened by State Sen. Steve Stadelman on Wednesday, state and city officials revealed that station site selection decisions for the $223 million project ... Read more
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