Trains February 2019

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Move over Promontory
By Rich Luckin
Comanche Crossing, now Strasburg, Colo., lays claim to the place where the first transcontinental railroad was finished

The southern transcon
By H. Roger Grant
Southern Pacific offered many ways to the West

Changing faces, but no loss of wonder
By David Lustig
Los Angeles Union Station is still a wonderful place for a now-70-year-old man who still loves trains

Modern and spectacular
By Tishia Boggs
21st-century know-how seamlessly replaces a 19th-century landmark in New York state

Not all spikes are golden
By Tyler Trahan
All you ever wanted to know about railroad spikes but were afraid to ask

Chicago's hidden downtown depot
By Fred Ash
Most gems are found underground; Van Buren Street Station is no exception

In My Own Words: 'It's over when he stands up'
By Gene Harmon
Body language and brevity are key on the new Illinois Central Gulf

By John Gruber
Tribute to a railroad photojournalist icon
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