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And to Many More!

Skirting the broad Hudson River and picturesque shore of Lake Champlain, the Adirondack is known for its scenic views and international flair.

And to Many More!

Crossing the Mississippi

Passengers aboard Amtrak trains see and experience some of the country's most impressive infrastructure - including tunnels, viaducts and soaring bridges.

Crossing the Mississippi

Changing of the Guard

W. Graham Claytor, Jr. took over the helm at Amtrak in 1982 and built on his predecessors' solid foundation to lead the railroad into an era of newfound stability.

Changing of the Guard

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Celebrating 40 Years of the Adirondack

Through a partnership between the state of New York and Amtrak, passenger rail service returned to the Champlain Valley in August 1974.

A Closer Look: Seeing Double

At New Orleans, the Sunset Limited crosses the Mississippi River over the Huey P. Long Bridge. One of the longest steel trestle railroad bridges in the world, it has appeared in various Amtrak marketing campaigns.

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Train Stop

Visit our Traveling Exhibit Train!

Amtrak Exhibit Train

 

Upcoming stops include:

 

View the full 2014 schedule on Amtrak.com