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|Jul 11-12, 2016 - Amtrak Capitol Limited Chicago to Washington,DC: Report & Photos by Carl Morrison This is the third leg of my son, Matthew Morrison, and my America By Amtrak Tour. The daylight portion of this Capitol Limited segment, which left Chicago at 6:40 pm, includes photos from the train of Cumberland, Maryland; Martinsburg, West Virginia; Harpers Ferry, West Virginia; Rockville, Maryland; and Washington, DC; and forest, farms, and rivers in between... Read More>>|
|Jul 3, 2016 - Windy City to Sunny Florida: Report & Photos Jack M. Turner Our four hour layover in Chicago passed quickly thanks to the comfort of the new Metropolitan Lounge. A few teething pains accompanied the first week of the new lounge as sleeping car passengers who were not using red cap service blocked the foyer between the waiting rooms and the gates to the tracks... Read More>>|