A Story in Pictures
Colorful imagery on ticket jackets provides a mini-history of Amtrak spanning more than four decades.
Crossing the Mississippi
Passengers aboard Amtrak trains see and experience some of the country's most impressive infrastructure - including tunnels, viaducts and soaring bridges.
Recently On the Blog
Meant to keep tickets safe, jackets are also used to tout customer service initiatives, highlight new equipment and showcase the stunning scenery along various routes.
Through a partnership between the state of New York and Amtrak, passenger rail service returned to the Champlain Valley in August 1974.
Visit our Traveling Exhibit Train!
Upcoming stops include:
- Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
(Cumberland, Md.) Sept. 27-28 (10am-5pm)
- Memphis Central Station 100th Anniversary
(Memphis, Tenn.) Oct. 4 (10am-5pm)
and Oct. 5 (12pm-5pm)
- Virginia Museum of Transportation (Roanoke, Va.)
Oct. 18 (10am-5pm) and Oct. 19 (1pm-5pm)
- Kansas City Union Station 100th Anniversary
(Kansas City, Mo.) Nov. 1-2 (TBD)
View the full 2014 schedule on Amtrak.com