Passenger Trains

Some articles on passenger trains, trains, passenger, passengers:

Marylander (train) - History - Demise
... passenger trains suffered a steep decline in patronage as the traveling public abandoned trains in favor of airplanes and automobiles, utilizing improved Interstate Highways ... The Marylander and B O's other New York–Washington passenger trains were no exception, as operating deficits approached $5 million annually and ... later, on April 26, 1958, the railroad discontinued all of its remaining passenger trains between Baltimore and New York, ending service altogether to ...
Coimbatore Junction - Passenger Trains
... Nagercoil Passenger via Erode, Karur, Dindigul, Madurai, Tirunelveli Mangalore Passenger via Palakkad, Shoranur, Kozhikode, Kannur Erode Passenger via Tirupur Cannanore Passenger via Palghat, Shoranur ...
List Of Named Passenger Trains Of The United States (S-Z)
... This article contains a list of named passenger trains in the United States, with names beginning S through Z ... List of named passenger trains in the United States A–B C D–H I–M N–R S–Z ...
Lampeter, Aberayron And New Quay Light Railway
... by the GWR to Aberayron) and was closed to passengers by 1951 ... Passenger trains were operated as a branch line meeting main-line trains at Lampeter ... Trains were operated by the GWR from the outset, typically using GWR 0-6-0PT and GWR 6400 Class Pannier Tanks or GWR 1400 Class locomotives with a GWR Autocoach ...
Lyttelton Line - Operations - Suburban Passenger Services
... From the opening of the Lyttelton tunnel, passenger services were provided on mixed trains which initially ran six times daily ... ceased and a new timetable scheduled 5 daily passenger trains, increasing to seven daily services on 9 February 1876 ... It was found that the separation of passenger and goods traffic led to a reduction in operational costs, with savings made in fuel and wear-and-tear on machinery ...

Famous quotes containing the words trains and/or passenger:

    In this country, you never pull the emergency brake, even when there is an emergency. It is imperative that the trains run on schedule.
    Friedrich Dürrenmatt (1921–1990)

    Every American travelling in England gets his own individual sport out of the toy passenger and freight trains and the tiny locomotives, with their faint, indignant, tiny whistle. Especially in western England one wonders how the business of a nation can possibly be carried on by means so insufficient.
    Willa Cather (1876–1947)