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Rocky Mountaineer Collects Guests' Reactions for New TV Campaign (VIDEO)    video

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Watch Rocky Mountaineer's new television campaign as guests react and describe what it's like to travel onboard the Rocky Mountaineer train.More>>

California to Las Vegas 'Party Train' Hits Snag   

Las Vegas Railway Express had planned to shuttle partiers from an Amtrak station in Fullerton, Calif., to the heart of Sin City in a club on wheels called the X Train. Here's what's holding back the project. More>>

Universal Orlando Florida Welcomes Arrival of Hogwarts Express   

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Get the details on the latest addition to the Universal Orlando theme park in Florida. More>>

Catching Up With Blount Small Ship Adventures and Eurail (WITH VIDEO)   

News By: Adam Leposa, Jena Tesse Fox

Travel Agent recently got a chance to meet with Nancy Blount, president, Blount Small Ship Adventures, and Silvia Görlach, marketing and sales manager, Eurail, near our New York offices. More>>

Amtrak Reports Record Ridership   

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Amtrak reports it carried a record 31.6 million passengers in Fiscal Year 2013. More>>

Amtrak Limits Travel Agent Commissions   

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Amtrak will pay commissions only to national accounts, including AAA travel agencies and Vacation.com.More>>

Rail Europe Launches First Class Pass    

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Good for three days each in France and Switzerland, clients can use the France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass to travel between cities like Paris and Zurich, Lyon and Geneva, or Basel and Dijon. More>>

What's New With Vacations by Rail This Winter   

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For the winter 2013-2014 season, Vacations by Rail is offering three new winter train vacations in Canada. More>>

Vacations By Rail Offers Early Booking Bonus, New Tours    

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New in 2014 are two rail-cruise combo packages with Hawaii and Panama Canal destinations.More>>

Trains Collide in Switzerland, Dozens Injured   

News By: Jena Tesse Fox

Two commuter trains collided in Switzerland this evening, leaving 44 injured and interrupting service.More>>