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Amtrak Superliner II Luggage
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Amtrak Superliner Passenger Train Accommodations, including photographs and detailed descriptions of seats, rooms, train cars and services.

If you are bringing aboard no more than one large suitcase and one smaller carry-on per person, then don't worry about luggage space! There will usually be plenty of room! Just as you enter the Sleeping Car, you will find a luggage rack with upper and lower shelf space. Place your larger luggage pieces in this rack and take the smaller carry-ons to your room. You will be able to get to your luggage in the rack during your trip, so don't worry about trying to fit it into your private bedroom.

If you are bringing more than 1 large and 1 small piece per person, you might want to consider "checking" that additional luggage. Each person is allowed to check up to 3 pieces of luggage as long as each piece does not weigh more than 50 pounds (total = 150 pounds of checked baggage per person).

A couple of notes: NO pets are allowed on Amtrak (except for animals specifically designated to help a handicapped person), not in your room and not in checked baggage. Amtrak will also not allow you to check any baggage containing electronic equipment such as televisions or stereos. You can hand-carry electronic equipment on-board, but you cannot send it as checked baggage. You cannot even absolve Amtrak for liability for damage to checked electronic equipment, they just won't take it under any circumstances. Chances are that such equipment will survive just fine carried on-board with you, but be aware that there is a lot of shaking and bumping at times on the train. It is possible, though rare, for an unsecured package on an upper rack to fall on the floor.


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