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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>>

Aug 13, 2023 - Interested In Purchasing A Railroad Related Domain Name? We have a lot of them available at reasonable prices. For most, but not all, our asking price is the GoDaddy appraisal price. Examples include,,,,,,, and many more! For the list of available domain names CLICK HERE.

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>>

Aug 6, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #60: Let's Go To A Train Show: For the past 8 years, the Midwest Rail Rangers have been making appearances at various train shows across the Midwest. But what takes place at these outreach events? We will explore some other organizations' layouts and... Click Here To View the Program>>

Jun 20-23, 2023 - The trip from South Holland, Illinois to Sallisaw and McAlester, Oklahoma: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The St. Louis-San Francisco Jim Crow coach 563 was built by Barney and Smith in 1883. It is primarily wood and has a clerestory roof but during its life, the windows were... Read More>>

June 5-11, 2023 - Trains of Hawaii 2023: Photos & Text by Carl Morrison. Including report and photos of Hawaiian Railway Society (Present), Dole Pineapple Express (Present), and Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART-Future)... Read More>>

Jun 25-28, 2023 - Oklahoma to Home: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. n Durant was Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway post office/coach 376 "Pikes Peak" built by Budd Company in 1938 and rebuilt into a diner-lounge-dormitory car. We would then find the freight station... Read More>>

Jun 24, 2023 - Motor Cars from McAlester to Red Oak, Oklahoma: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. North American Railcar Operators Association, or NARCOA, is a non-profit group dedicated to the preservation and the safe, legal operation of railroad equipment historically used for... Read More>>

Jun 19, 2023 - Wendella Boat Tour: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Experience the city/legendary architecture from the best seat in the house the river. Our experienced tour guides the 130-year long history behind the skyline, while our bartenders and staff keep you comfortable and entertained. This comprehensive tour... Read More>>

Jun 19, 2023 - Pullman National Historic Site: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The park tells the story of one of the first planned industrial communities in the U.S., the sleeping car magnate who helped create it and the workers who lived there. The district is significant for its nfluence on urban planning and design, as well as... Read More>>

Jun 18, 2023 - Nickel Plate Road 765 Tri-State Excursion: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Following a successful season of memorable events and recent recognition as Indiana's "Best New Experience from the Indiana Tourism Association, a 1940s-era railroad attraction has expanded its... Read More>>

Jun 17, 2023 - Rides on the Jones & Laughlin Steel Narrow Gauge Railroad at the Steel Heritage Museum: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Located in Youngstown, Ohio, the J&L Narrow Gauge Railroad is a 24 inch gauge steel mill demonstration railroad where historic narrow gauge rail equipment... Read More>>

Jun 16, 2023 - Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Frostburg Flyer: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Frostburg Flyer departs from Cumberland, Maryland and traverses the scenic Allegheny Mountains to Frostburg. During your ride, you will pass over creeks, steams, bridges, travel though... Read More>>

Jun 15, 2023 - Stations, Meyersdale and Salisbury Viaduct: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Western Maryland station is home to the Westernport Heritage Museum which recounts the community's industrial history and showcases a collection of railroad artifacts. The Westernport Heritage Society Museum was... Read More>>

Jun 14, 2023 - Greenbrier Express Cass to Durbin and return: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Cass is the home to the world's largest fleet of geared Shay locomotives. Five Shays, one Heisler,and one Climax reside here. The legendary turn-of-the-century class C-80 Shay, 5 has been... Read More>>

Jun 12-13, 2023 - West Virginia Stations on the way to Cass Scenic Railway: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Baltimore and Ohio Point Pleasant station now used by CSX. Point Pleasant is located approximately 55 miles downstream from Charleston where the Kanawha River empties into the Ohio River, as well as... Read More>>

Jul 2, 2023 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Episode #59: Hawaii & Guam: Join the Midwest Rail Rangers for a very special visit to Hawaii and Guam. When you think railroads -- you probably don't think Hawaii. But there is actually a train museum on the Big Island! We will walk through the... Click Here To View>>

Jun 11, 2023 - Hocking Valley Scenic Railway and Stations to Gallipolis, Ohio: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Hocking Valley Scenic Railway History - The original railroad line we operate over was founded as the Mineral Rail Road on April 14, 1864, to build a railroad from Columbus to Athens, Ohio. In... Read More>>

Jun 7-10, 2023 - The Railroad Station Historical Society Convention: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The two travellers, who were now conventioneers, awoke and following our Internet duties, took the elevator downstairs and partook in the hotel's breakfast then returned to the room before boarding the bus and... Read More>>

Jun 6, 2023 - The Drive to Toledo with Station Along The Way: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Wheeling and Lake Erie Lodi station was built in 1882. According to the original blueprints, the depot originally stood closer to Railroad and Harris Streets. A passing siding ran between the depot and Railroad Street. The... Read More>>

Jun 5, 2023 - Lake Shore Railway Museum, Steam Engines and Covered Bridges: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Meadville Railway station built in 1881 is the original Meadville Railway (later Meadville & Linesville Railroad and later Pittsburgh Shenango and Lake Erie Railroad in 1891) station plus a... Read More>>

Jun 4, 2023 - The Gettysburg National Military Park: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Cumberland Valley Chambersburg station built in 1906 was originally chartered in 1831 to connect with Pennsylvania's Main Line of Public Works. Freight and passenger service in the Cumberland Valley in south central... Read More>>

Jun 3, 2023 - Steamtown ride and the Electric City Trolley Museum ride: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Electric City Trolley Museum is a collaborative effort among many different partners. Working together, they have created a premier electric railway museum in Scranton. Back in 1887, Scranton was... Read More>>

Jun 2, 2023 - The Rockhill Trolley Museum and Over To Scranton: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The Rockhill Trolley Museum is a museum and heritage railway in Rockhill Furnace, Pennsylvania that collects and restores trolley, interurban and transit cars. Founded in 1960, the museum operates what has... Read More>>

Jun 1, 2023 - Copley, Ohio to Huntingdon, Pennsylvania: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler Akron, Canton and Youngstown caboose 63 was built by International Car Company in 1947. In 1984 the caboose was slated for retirement but when the Copley Historical Society found out, they asked AC&Y if they could... Read More>>

Jun 1, 2023 - The National New York Central Museum and Indiana Depots: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. New York Central Chesterton station built in 1914 which replaced a wooden structure built in 1852 for the Northern Indiana and Chicago Railroad, a predecessor road of the Lake Shore and... Read More>>

May 30, 2023 - From La Plata, Missouri to Chesterton, Indiana: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I awoke and after our Internet duties, checked out of the Depot Inn and Suites and I drove us north to Kirksville where we had an excellent breakfast at Pancake City. After that, we made our way north on US 63 to Queen City and our first station of the day... 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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