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Southwest Chief Travelogue
(http://www.trainweb.com/travelogues/stevegrande/2001d24b.html)

Ray Burns and Steve Grande each wrote their own travelogue of this journey. Please select each of the below links to read each of the travelogues. The photos taken by both Ray Burns and Steve Grande have been combined into a single series and can be viewed by either clicking on the links below or the links in either of the travelogues. The photos are the same in all three locations.

I apologize for the long delay in getting this travelogue posted. As soon as we returned from our trip, we had to get ready for Fullerton Railroad Days. After the end of Fullerton Railroad Days, we had a lot of work to take care of that had piled up from attending the Amtrak Historical Society and the Fullerton Railroad Days. Thus, this travelogue did not get posted until Thursday, May 24, 2001.



Click here to read the travelogue of Steve Grande.
Click here to read the travelogue of Ray Burns.
Click here for more information about the Amtrak Historical Society Conference



Some of my previous journeys on the Amtrak Southwest Chief:

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Select the "Amtrak Superliner Trainset" from that page.

For those of you that would like to learn more about Amtrak and its history, click here to visit the website of the Amtrak Historical Society.

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