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Reading the lights

Interpreting railroad signals for more productive photography

Breaking the code

Knowing how the seven Class I railroads label their trains provides useful train-watching info

Must-see museums

Where history lives near hot spots

Amtrak day and night

We plot the long-distance routes between sunrise and sunset

Photo stops

Sometimes a killer backdrop is nice, too

Hallowed turf

Fabled locations beckon to everyone who loves trains

Maximum action

When you want to see lots of trains, these are the places to visit

25 (more) places to see

Compare our railroad bucket list to yours

Also in this issue

TRAIN WATCHING 101, pg. 5
Your introduction to train-watching, locomotives, how railroads work, and more