Today, as Amtrak begins its National Train Days celebration of rail travel, here’s a second video clip (see A Time Machine Named “Puffy”: Next Stop, 1896) of our cast-iron time machine, engine 2248, as it travels from today to yesterday, from Grapevine to the Stockyards, passing under I-35 and Long Avenue and crossing Northeast 23rd Street beside the Swift packing plant:
Giving equal time to the twenty-first century, here are Amtrak passenger:
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