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The history of rail preservation in Europe

By Tim LoughridgePublished April 08, 2020 06:14:04The railway preservation movement was born in France in 1894 and was eventually adopted by most of Europe.Its roots can be traced back to the late nineteenth century when railroads were being built and the railways were in full swing, but its modern origins lie in a desire to

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What’s happening with railroads across the country?

An Associated Press analysis of railroad data shows that the number of rail lines in various states is shrinking.In some cases, rail lines are being eliminated altogether.Key points: The numbers show that the rail industry is shrinking, and many are being removed at an alarming rate: The number of railroad lines in the U.S. has

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Why does this train station have so many empty seats?

The South Coast Expressway is one of Australia’s most popular public transport routes, and is a major hub for the nation’s most populous region, the Northern Territory.There are more than 400 train stations along the corridor, but the South Coast, including the one on the Gold Coast, has had the largest volume of empty seats,

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Which railways are currently in trouble?

Railway sex is not a new phenomenon in New Zealand, but a number of trains are now being shunted into the bush for the purpose of sexualisation.The most common way to have sex in New Zeland is to have a “railroad shunting” or “train shunning”, where a train or tram is driven onto a track,