TRAINS January 2007

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January 2007
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What''s So Great About Your State?
We asked readers to tell us about railroading that is the best. We found it coast-to-coast, just over the horizon
Jim Wrinn

Pennsylvania: Where Trains Do Heavy Lifting
The Keystone State offers main lines, short lines, transit, steam, and still makes locos
Dan Cupper

Best of the East: From the Seaboard to the Mountains
The East is about fast mains, slow drags, abundant short lines, big bridges, and plenty more unique railroading.

Eastern Gallery
Norfolk Southern powers a Canadian Pacific Railway train over the Mohawk River in Cohoes, N.Y.
Jim Shaughnessy

Illinois: Crossroads of American Railroads
Key routes, busy yards, and tons of interchanges. No wonder this state was our top pick!
Curtis W. Richards

Best of the Midwest: Action, Variety From Fields to Factories From the Dakotas to Michigan to Louisiana and Mississippi, the Midwest offers more than you might expect.

Midwestern Gallery
A Canadian National train rumbles through new-fallen snow at New Richmond, Wis., 10 miles from the Minnesota border.
Dean Sauvola

California: Like Nowhere Else on Earth!
The Golden State''s charms are many. Just one visit, and you''ll say, "Eureka!"
David Lustig

Best of the West: Where Big Skies Meet Big Trains
From Washington and Montana to Texas, the West has won railfans from near and far

Western Gallery
Despite being one of the lowest-elevation crossing of the Continental Divide, Marias Pass is still a marvel.
Charles L. Dischinger

Railroad Reading
Long Island was the right place and his ninth birthday was the right time. All they needed was Uncle Bud and 1508
Bob Mackreth

When the loop shuts down for maintenance in Tehachapi, Monolith, Calif., comes to life with Warbonnets and more
Steve Crise
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