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Destinations by Rail

How Beijing Is Becoming One Of The Most Exciting Cities For Modern Art And Design In The World

A first-timer's fresh view of Vancouver, B.C.

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Rail Journeys

Mexico's Copper Canyon train: a study in contrasts

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Q: What is TrainTraveling.com? 

A: TrainTraveling.com is a comprehensive guide and news resource for train travel and rail tourism.


Q: Who publishes the site? 

A: Train Traveling is published by Michael Gleason; writer, editor, webmaster, and former Train Travel Guide for About.com.


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A: TrainTraveling.com posts annotated links to passenger services, scenic and heritage trains, and rail tours. Additional content includes detailed features on specific rail topics; Train Travel Deals on train fares, rail passes and tour packages; and News Links to rail travel news and stories appearing in a cross-section of electronic media.


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A:.News Links and Train Travel Deals are updated several times each week. Features and annotated links are added and updated regularly.


Q: Does TrainTraveling.com offer content for trainspotters, railfans and modelers? 

A: While TrainTraveling.com is a popular resource for those niche interests, the website is chiefly published to serve the practical needs of the those who utilize railways for business and/or leisure travel.


Q: Can I contribute materials for publication in TrainTraveling.com? 

A: We are always on the lookout for quality content. If you write features or shoot photos related to train travel, send us a short email describing the editorial submission(s) you have in mind. If it sounds like a good fit for us, we'll ask you to send along the actual manuscript and/or images. Sadly, we're not in a position to offer cash compensation to editorial contributors. However, your posted story or photo will be accompanied by a hyperlinked byline or photo credit to your blog, website or email address.


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A: Let us know. Just remember that we do not, as a rule, make space for fan, spotter or modeling sites, nor do we generally include "unofficial" sites -- except in cases where an official site is incomplete, unavailable in English, or nonexistent.


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