The sodor line, a line that ran from the San Diego-to-Los Angeles border to Mid-Sodor, is a popular tourist destination in Southern California and was once a favorite destination for trains.
It was built in 1929 by railroad magnate Henry Sodor.
Sodor’s family bought the line in 1924 and continued operating it as a private railroad for more than 100 years.
However, the line closed in 1982, with the line now being operated by Amtrak, a subsidiary of the US Government.
In 2017, Amtrak announced plans to reopen the line, but the route was shut down for the rest of the year.
In 2018, the U.S. government reopened the line with an extensive network of stations and facilities, including a new hotel.
Now, the San Diegans have their own local train, the Sodor Train, which runs from Mid-South San Diego through the Mojave Desert.
The Sodor Railway is owned by Amtrak and operated by the San Jose Transit Authority.
The Sodor train’s name, however, is in honor of Henry Soto, the man who founded Sodor and the company that owns Amtrak.
The name “Sodor Railway” is a nod to the Soto family’s name.
It is a reference to a line of steamers that were built by Sodor in the early 1800s, which were later named after him.
The steamers were built in Sodor, but they were originally called the Sorento or Sodoro.
When the train finally reached San Diego, Sodor sold the line to a company called Pacific Railway, which renamed it the Soda Train.
In 1904, the company renamed the line Sodor to commemorate Sodor as well.
The name “Mid-Soto” is another nod to Mid Sodor: the name was chosen to refer to the train station and facilities.
The station has a modern design, with a large, open, open-air roof and seating area.
The train is located in a historic railway car shed, and there is a large sign that says “Mid Sodor Station”.
There are also a number of historic signs at the station.
The Mid-sodor Railway Station is located at 1225 West Main Street in San Diego.
(Photos via Wikipedia) The Soda Rail is operated by San Jose, but it is not open to the public.
It has a reservation system, and it can be accessed through an automated ticketing system that works from 9am to 9pm.
The reservation system will be available through December 31st, and can be booked through the SODA website, which is available in English, Spanish, and Chinese.
There are multiple ticket prices, ranging from $5 for adults to $10 for children, and some stations have discounts available.
If you are interested in checking out the Sodas train, you can get a ticket at the trainstation, or at the ticket booth, located near the entrance.