Trains , Planes and Automobiles


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Today is Trains – day .

Rail transportation in the United States consists primarily of freight shipments, while passenger service, once a large and vital part of the nation’s passenger transportation network, plays a limited role as compared to transportation patterns in many other countries.1950s and 1960s: Drastic decline in passenger travel in the United States, due to automobiles and also airplanes, as first jetliners take to the air. Railroads respond through mergers and attempts to shed unprofitable trains and rail routes.


My  town has raised train tracks that run around town. As the trains go bye you can here the noise of the fast moving trains. I’am always wondering whats in the containers and where will there destination be. At one time Melville had a depot and passengers got on and off. Now all we have are the long line of train moving on the tracks.

Interested in traveling by Train  Amtrak

Ready to create your own adventure? Taking the train across America with the USA Rail Pass is an excellent way to see the United States from a different point of view. There are over 500 destinations in the Amtrak system and all you have to do is choose how long you want to travel.

Sounds great, doesn’t it. Let’s get started with the basics. Read on for all the details.

  • Advance purchase your USA Rail Pass.
  • Make your travel reservations.
  • Visit a station to pick up your USA Rail Pass and your tickets.
  • Start your travel and enjoy the journey.


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If you are a Mom like me my son loved Thomas the Train – we spent a many of ours playing with trains, watching TV and Movies and going to appearances. Thomas and Friends PBS kids

For more fun Activities

Thomas the Train


Tomorrow is Plane day !  Lisa


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