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Dec 3, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #64: Christmas Special: Join the Midwest Rail Rangers for our 2023 Christmas Special Program. For our fourth annual Christmas Virtual program, we take you aboard the CTA Holiday Train. If you are... Click Here To View the Program>>

Oct 4-7, 2023 - Our House in Columbia and Area Exploration: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I arrived at our new home in Columbia and here are some photographs before our belongings were delivered. After a good breakfast at the hotel, we came home to find the Allied Van Lines truck in front of... Read More>>

Oct 1-3, 2023 - Leadville, Colorado and Southern Railroad Trip and the Journey to Columbia: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Colorado Pacific 1923 on a grain train at Boone, Colorado. Colorado Pacific Railroad is a rail line that runs from Towner, Colorado to NA Junction, east of Pueblo. It was purchased by... Read More>>

Nov 5, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #63: Cardinal from Chicago to Washington, DC It is time to hit the rails again for another Rail Rangers on the Road program on an Amtrak long-distance train. After covering most of the western routes during previous onboard educational programs, join Robert and Kandace Tabern for a ride on... Click Here To View the Program>>

Sep 29-30, 2023 - Starting Our Move East To Missouri With A Stop at Soldier Summit: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Move day was upon us! We were eagerly anticipating moving from a one-bedroom apartment in Santa Ana, California to a three-bedroom house in Columbia, Missouri. After Allied Van... Read More>>

Sep 15, 2023 - Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad's Santa Fe 3415 Charter: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The railroad was founded in 1993 as a heritage railway, dedicated to preserving the legacy of the railroad industry in Kansas by highlighting the inter-connectedness of railroads, the people, and the land in... Read More>>

Sep 11-14, 2023 - Columbia, Missouri and Kansas Depots: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Sedalia station built in 1872. Sedalia station, also known as the Katy Depot, was designed by New York architect Bradford Gilbert. It is two-and-a-half stories and was built in the... Read More>>

Sep 10, 2023 - Kansas City Streetcar and Missouri Depots: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Chicago and Alton Independence staton was built in 1879. Independence was the start of the Oregon Trail this town that was the frontier, a place as far as steamboat and rail could come, the place that the pioneers came to but from... Read More>>

Sep 9, 2023 - Iowa and Missouri Depots: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific West Chester station which has been relocated to Greiner Farms in Keota. Next we proceeded to Oskaloosa for more than we planned. The Oskaloosa Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific station was built in 1888 on the... Read More>>

Sep 24, 2023 - Tesla 1,000-mile round trip to ride the Virginia and Truckee Railway: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. Headquartered in Virginia City, Nevada, the Virginia and Truckee (V&T) Railroad is one of the most famous short lines in the history of the United States, so much so that it uses the service mark 'The Queen of Short Lines'. The railroad operated until 1950 and then was dormant for more than... Read More>>

Oct 13, 2023 - Check out TrainWeb's new sponsor: RailGameFans™ (RGF) by Intersystem Concepts, Inc.,. the #1 producer of board/computer train games such as Rail Baron® and Empire Builder™. Download and try it free now or play online, alone vs. AI or hotseat! For more information, Click Here>>

Sep 8, 2023 - Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Boone & Scenic Valley is operated by the Iowa Railroad Historical Society, a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization which is dedicated to the preservation of, and educating the public about, the history of Iowa's railroads. Besides the... Read More>>

Sep 9, 2023 - National Railway Historical Society Convention Gold Coast Railroad Museum: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Museum was founded in 1956 and built on the former Naval Air Station Richmond. With over three miles of tracks, the old base was an ideal place to build a... Read More>>

Oct 1, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #62: 423 National Parks Presentation. Taking the train to visit America's national parks is a very special experience. But, did you know that Midwest Rail Rangers President Robert Tabern and Midwest Rail Rangers Treasurer Kandace Tabern are... Click Here To View the Program>>

Sep 9, 2023 - Train Festival at Los Angeles Union Station: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. I. Amtrak Pacific Surfliner ride from Fullerton to Los Angeles Union Station, II. Los Angeles Union Station photos and festival map, III. Railroad Equipment Displays, IV. Information Booths, V. Model Train Displays, and VI. Links to other reports. I like to get my Amtrak tickets online so I do not have to find my phone copy when... Read More>>

Sep 4, 2023 - National Railway Historical Society Convention US Sugar Railroad Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. U.S. Sugar Corporation is a privately-owned agricultural business based in Clewiston, Florida. The company farms over 230,000 acres of land in the counties of Hendry, Glades and... Read More>>

Sep 3, 2023 - National Railway Historical Society Convention Brightline Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Brightline is a privately run inter-city rail route between Miami and West Palm Beach, Florida. Brightline began operating over its current route in January 2018 and the company is currently building an... Read More>>

Sep 1-2, 2023 - Tri-Rail and Miami Metro Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Planning for a new commuter rail line began in 1983 and building the organization began in 1986. The current system was formed by the Florida Department of Transportation and began operation January 9, 1989, to provide temporary... Read More>>

Sep 3, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #61: Virgin Islands, Florida Keys & Everglades. Ready to head to the tropics with the Midwest Rail Rangers? We'll hit the road and take you to the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Florida Keys. We will explore St. Thomas, one of the most popular islands on the U.S. Virgin Islands. We will then... Click Here To View the Program>>

Aug 30-31, 2023 - The Journey To Florida For The NRHS Convention: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Tri-Rail train P689 was two trains combined in one movement. Our train came in six minutes late and we took this 18.2 miles to Deerfield Beach and detrained after five stations. I led the way as we trudged the... Read More>>

Oct 1, 2022 - Riding Reading Railroad Steam: Report & Photos by Jack M. Turner. The first week of October 2022 found my wife and I heading north on Amtrak train # 52, the AutoTrain, from Sanford, FL to Lorton, VA (see earlier TrainWeb report at We then spent several nights at... Read More>>

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Today's Featured TrainWeb Site: - New Brunswick Central Railway, an HO scale freelanced railway (created by Tim Steeves) that operates on former CN and CP trackage in the central and western part of New Brunswick, Canada, loosly based in the late 2000's/early 2010's. Head Office is in the former CP station in Fredericton, with the main yard and engine facility in,.. Read More>>

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