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Posted by: sqcity Posted on: Sep 30th, 2014, 2:56pm
I lived on amtrak for a few months. Maybe you'd find it interesting! There's a lot of photos of trains!! Also an Amtrak travel guide. http://spnzr.com/aboard-amtrak
Posted by: ClydeDET Posted on: Sep 30th, 2014, 10:27pm
Yes, interesting. Also, i fear, sort of pointless and sad.
 
Thinking of truth, the Dallas Morning News building in Dallas (fronting on the square in front of Dallas Union Station) has an inscription. It says "Ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall set you free".
 
After going to a war and over thirty years an attorney, i tend to think that may be true.
 
And - i like to ride trains. Not sure i want to live on one for months, not the way the original poster did.