If all goes according to plan, in two-and-one-half weeks, Canada will be the first nation in which I have ridden every rail-transit system.
Soon, I will be traveling through some of the most rugged territory on the continent on one of the continent's last vestiges of golden-age rail travel.
I'll be sure to write updates to the blog, and I'll include as many pictures as I can. However, I'm not sure if I'll have a chance to update Track Twenty-Nine until I get back to Washington in mid-June.
So, to keep you occupied during my absence, I am remembering some of my fonder posts:
- Around the District in 80 Days: My most labor-intensive post (I did, after all, have to collect the pictures personally).
- Fruit of the Broom: One of my more light-hearted posts.
- When Is It Going to Stop?: Perhaps one of the most reactionary, but I like the format
- Sunset on the Sunset Limited?: This post gets a lot of google hits still. I'm still waiting on Amtrak to make the right decision.
- And two local favorites: Making Your Mind Up and Regional Rail Redux.