Until the rise of the automobile, trains were the most popular way for Americans to travel long distances. The 1930s were rail travel's "Golden Age," when passengers watched diverse scenery whisk by while enjoying gourmet food and wine delivered by porter to an opulent coach. Today, private railcar owners are making this nostalgic experience possible again by partnering with Amtrak to pull their vintage cars. My Generation comes aboard to revisit rail travel's glory days.
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