Let neglected actors take center stage

Sperandeo, Andy
August 1996
Model Railroader;Aug96, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p57
Looks at the business prospects of passenger trains in the United States. Comparison of the financial prospects of passenger trains and freight trains; Information on the 1960s trains California Special and Angelo.


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