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Since 1996 TrainWeb has been providing free web hosting to rail enthusiasts and organizations that offer railroad related information and photographs for the enjoyment and education of the public. More than 1000 web sites are hosted on the TrainWeb server. Over one million pages are viewed at TrainWeb.org each month by more than 250,000 unique visitors! Click Here if you would like to create your own railroad related website to be hosted free at TrainWeb.org. (Note: Knowledge of web design is necessary to take advantage of this free offer. If you have never designed a web site, you may need to have a friend experienced in web design help you to create your website.)

Latest Reports Posted At TrainWeb:

May 11, 2013 - Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum Rare Mileage Trip: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. This was the first of the 2013 Bart Jennings' rare mileage trips, sponsored by the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. I was really looking forward to visiting this museum and there was... Read More>>

Apr 30, 2021 - My 1,700,000.0 Rail Mile: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Today was my 9600 Day of Sobriety, a fact that is very important to me. In addition, I woke up with 1,699,912.2 rail miles. Today my lovely wife would pass her 75,000.0 rail mile. So today we would share a ride to Oceanside and... Read More>>

May 11, 2013 - A Visit to Porter and Hesston, Indiana: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. Before the afternoon's visit and ride at the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum in North Judson, there were two places of note to visit in the morning. I met Chris in the lobby and after breakfast, we did not drive far for... Read More>>

May 10, 2013 - The Trip to Indiana for Bart Jennings' Rare Mileage Trips: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. This year's rare mileage trips, organized by Dr. Barton Jennings, were to be in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. With the fantastic experiences I had had on my previous set of rare mileage trips in... Read More>>

Apr 24, 2013 - King Street Station Restoration Dedication Ceremony: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. King Street Station in Seattle, Washington underwent a $50 million restoration and renovation from 2008 to 2013. In my numerous visits to the station during this time, I had seen its progress and... Read More>>

Apr 22, 2021 - The Trip Home from St Louis: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. We started the line to board the train and fifteen minutes before departure, we boarded a Horizon coach and I started working on the Arkansas Railroad Museum story as Elizabeth would enjoy the scenery along her new route to... Read More>>

Apr22, 2021 - Back to St. Louis and a visit to the National Museum of Transportation: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at the Quality Inn in Cape Girardeau. After checking the Internet and checking out we drove Interstate 55 to Perryville for our final MacDonald's breakfast which we... Read More>>

Apr 21, 2021 - Arkanas Railroad Museum plus more from this state: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at the Best Western and after we checked the Internet, we went down the elevator and I had a waffle and sausage while my lovely wife had cereal. We both enjoyed the... Read More>>

Apr 20, 2021 - Memphis and then into Arkansas: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at Holly Springs and after checking the Internet we drove north towards Collierville. On the road to Collierville. I drove us to the Perkins Restaurant and had a very good breakfast. Afer that we drove to the... Read More>>

Apr 19, 2021 - A Day in Mississippi: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at the Quality Inn in Hattiesburg then went to McDonald's and ate in the car again. This is because they don't want to spend the money to clean their dining area. We headed next to Laurel, our first stop of the morning... Read More>>

Apr 18, 2021 - Florida, Alabama and into Mississippi featuring the Wales West Light Railway: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at the Quality Inn and after checking the Internet, we checked out and got McDonalds but ate in the car. We tried to find the station but had no luck so we... Read More>>

Apr 17, 2021 - CaterParrott Railnet's Azalea Sprinter Trips Nashville to Valdosta: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. After a Subway lunch, it was time for some pictures. The train getting ready to leave. CaterParrott caboose 638, originally Southern X638. CaterParrott SW1500 3000. It was time to board the train for the... Read More>>

Apr 17, 2021 - CaterParrott Railnet's Azalea Sprinter Trip Nashville to Willacoochee: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I woke up at the Days Inn in Tifton and after checking out we drove to the Cracker Barrel for breakfast. After a good meal, we drove to the station and parked. Atlantic Coast... Read More>>

Apr 16, 2021 - After the Calera Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. After the fantastic visit to the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, I drove us down to Clanton, to the next station of this trip. The Louisville and Nashville Clanton station built in 1870. From here we drove to Prattville... Read More>>

Apr 16, 2021 - Heart of Dixie Ralroad Museum Calera & Shelby Railroad Trip: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I got up and went to Cracker Barrel restaurant where I had French Toast and bacon while Elizabeth enjoyed sausage, eggs, harsh browns and toast with orange juice. We finished the... Read More>>

Apr 18, 2021 5pmPT/6pmMT/7pmCT/8pmET - Gateway Rail Services Tour -- Madison, IL (Part 2 of 2):. Join Kandace & Robert Tabern with the Midwest Rail Rangers for a two-part tour of Gateway Rail Service in Madison, Illinois (near St. Louis). In the second part of this series, we focus on the various former... Click Here To View>>

Apr 15, 2021 - Our Visit to Alabama: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. Elizabeth and I slept in and then checked the internet as we do every morning before we checked out of the Doubletree Hotel in Decatur. We drove over to the Decatur train station just as a Norfolk Southern stack train was passing through... Read More>>

Apr 14, 2021 - On To Alabama: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The two intrepid travellers left Enterprise in St. Louis, Missouri in our Nissan Altima and headed to Interstate 70 across the Mississippi River and then Interstate 64. We drove about 48 miles and exited onto Illinois 127. This took us to... Read More>>

Apr 11-14, 2021 - The Trip to St Louis: Report & Photos by Chris Guenzler. The purpose of this trip is to ride the Cater Parrot Shortline's Azalea Sprinter on its two trips in one day out of Nashville, Georgia. We take the Sunset Limited/Texas Eagle to St. Louis, rent a car, then drive there taking pictures of... Read More>>

Mar 11, 2013 - Post-Winterail Photographer's Special on the Niles Canyon Railway: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. For several years during Winterail's Stockton years, either the Niles Canyon Railway or the Sierra Railway hosted a Post-Winterail Photographer's Special event. 2013 was no exception and... Read More>>

Mar 8-9, 2013 - The Trip to Winterail in Stockton, California: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. Winterail, the annual memorabelia and multi-media photography event held in Stockton until 2016, was an event that I had known about for many years. I had only attended one previously, in... Read More>>

Sep 22, 2012 - Oregon Rail Heritage Centre Grand Opening: Report & Photos by Elizabeth Guenzler. The opening of the Oregon Rail Heritage Centre was a natural to attend and it coincided with the opening of the Portland Streetcar Central Loop line. Since the Amtrak Cascades schedule did not fit with the... Read More>>

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Mar 8, 2021 - The Yellow Kid: Report & Photos by Ken McIlvoy. In the late 19th Century, the Pennsylvania Railroad instituted a new Chicago-New York, and the first all vestibule train in America called the "Pennsylvania Limited." Owing to the fact that the cars were brightly colored using the same color scheme as... Read More>>

Mar 8, 2021 - Narragansett Pier Railroad: Report & Photos by Ken McIlvoy. In the mid-19th Century, a railroad was built from the New Haven Railroad at West Kingston, RI, through the textile-mill towns of Wakefield and Peacedale to Narragansett Bay. This web site depicts the rise and fall of that short line... Read More>>

Mar 8, 2021 - The Robber Barons: Report & Photos by Ken McIlvoy. The growth of America's most important railroads during the 19th century can be characterized by a number of larger-than-life luminaries. Some were simply honest, astute business men, while others were clearly unscrupulous tycoons, commonly known as The Robber Barons. This website catalogues those individuals, providing a brief bio as well as identifying the railroad(s) with which they are most clearly associated... Read More>>

Mar 8, 2021 - Dominion Atlantic Railway: Report & Photos by Ken McIlvoy. Railroad building in 19th Canada was no less of a national enterprise than in its neighbor to the south. Railroads in Atlantic Canada were especially prolific due in large measure to fear by Canadians that right after the US Civil War, with over a million men in arms, that is the US decided to invade and annex Canada there would be little that the Canadians could do to stop them until British troops could be... Read More>>

Mar 8, 2021 - Washington and Old Dominion Railroad: Report & Photos by Ken McIlvoy. The W&OD came into being when the Southern Railway leased the Bluemont Branch to the new company in 1912. Constructed as an electric interurban at a time when such properties were past their prime, the W&OD was destined to struggle for all of its life, coming to and end in the late 1960's... Read More>>

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