Train of thought: Save the Gulf Coast Limited

November 1996
New Orleans Magazine;Nov96, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p19
Presents information on the Gulf Coast Limited train explaining why it should be kept running despite the proposed demise of its operation in March 1997. Details on the train's route; Why the train will be unable to continue running; How the train's operation could be saved.


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