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Party Train To Hit The Rails
Party Train To Hit The Rails

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AIR DATE: November 29, 2012

Commuter rail has made headlines as Xpress West continues its mission to build a rail link between Southern California and Las Vegas. But a new company, Las Vegas Railway Express, has just signed a deal to use existing to use Union Pacific railroad tracks between Fullerton, CA and Las Vegas, possibly beating Xpress West to the finish line. The planned "X Train" would be a luxury passenger train with services that include bar area lounges. 
 
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Michael Barron, President and CEO, Las Vegas Railway Express

 

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    I wish this group the very best in their venture. It should also be a boost for Downtown hotels, being 'right next door' to the drop off point.
    Jon MoserNov 29, 2012 10:19:49 AM
    Yes Nevadans will get to know the real california and it will make their smallest hair stand up
    Albert SunsetNov 26, 2012 17:13:48 PM
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