Handy guide to today's passenger trains traveling from the Seattle and Portland to Chicago, via Spokane, Gacier National Park, Havre, Minot, Fargo, St. Cloud, St. Paul-Minneapolis, La Crosse and Milwaukee. Designed for quick reference in the field or on the train using a narrow format that fits in your pocket or camera bag.
Each page highlights approximately 50 miles of track and provides the location of both passenger stops and the host railroad's freight stations along the way. All passenger stations and many other points are identified using GPS coordinates given in latitude and longitude. This allows you to track your progress while travelling on the train with a GPS unit or to catch the train while railfanning trackside. In addition, radio frequencies of road channels used on the route are shown on each page and in an index at the back.
Page Updated:Feb. 15, 2020