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The Business and Politics of Passenger Rail; 2011-07-19

July 19th, 2011 Comments off

Volume 1, Number 12

Hot off the Internet presses, the latest from Gil Carmichael, undoubtedly the wisest man in the railroad world today. Read more…

This Week at Amtrak; 2009-09-18

September 18th, 2009 Comments off

Volume 6, Number 39

  1. Word has come from Gil Carmichael, former Federal Railroad Administration Administrator and Chairman of the Amtrak Reform Council. Read more…

This Week at Amtrak; 2009-06-25

June 25th, 2009 Comments off

Volume 6, Number 18

  1. Here at home in an adjoining county to the south is St. Augustine, which bills itself as the Ancient City. St. Augustine, Florida has been around as a point of civilization since 1565, and was pretty much a sleepy, colonial town, even after Florida statehood in 1845. It wasn’t until the notorious Henry Flagler, business partner of John D. Rockefeller (Some historians say Flagler was the smarter of the two ruthless business partners.) came vacationing in Northeast Florida in the 1878 that he noticed sleepy St. Augustine. Read more…