The Roundhouse Podcast

046: Amtrak and its Heritage

Amtrak Heritage

What does it take to promote and celebrate Amtrak’s past and present?  Lead Brand Communications Specialist Matt Donnelly joins us to share how he built his career with Amtrak, the story behind the Heritage Units, and what trips he has enjoyed most.

2016 Roundhouse Survey & Northeast Corridor Giveaway!

To celebrate approaching 50 episodes, we are conducting a listener survey to see how we can continue to improve the show.  Because we want to give back to you as well, we have partnered with Luxury Rail Travel to bring you an amazing giveaway.

Complete this survey, and you will be entered to win two tickets aboard a former Pennsylvania Railroad observation car from Philadelphia to New York City on October 30, 2016Click here for more information about the trip!  Each winner receives two tickets, a $250 value, and we will be choosing two winners at random.

If you want to guarantee your seat aboard this trip, Luxury Rail Travel is offering Roundhouse listeners a discount.  Enter the coupon ‘Roundhouse’ at checkout to receive 35% off of your ticket.  If you win the survey drawing, your ticket price will be fully refunded!

The survey closes on September 7th at 11:59 P.M. Eastern Time.

Question of the Day (43:25)

How have you enjoyed traveling on Amtrak?  Let me know and I will respond to your comments in our next episode.

Subscribe on iTunesJoin our Newsletter, share this episode with at least one person today, and remember that The Roundhouse is Our House!

 

 

3 thoughts on “046: Amtrak and its Heritage

  1. Elizabeth Ozorak (aka mom)

    Growing up in the northeast corridor in the 1960s and 70s, I often traveled by train. The trip that sticks in my mind, though, is one I took in 1987. I traveled to Denver on Amtrak’s California Zephyr to visit my cousin. I still remember waking up in the morning, looking across the plains and seeing the Rockies rising up ahead – just like a picture postcard.

  2. Charles Shipp

    Great show Nick!!

    I get to travel twice a year. I get to go to Kentucky for Christmas and New York City for Thanksgiving. There are no Amtrak stations within 100 miles of where I go to in Kentucky, so I don’t take the train there. I do though get to take Amtrak every year to New York City. I live in Western NC, and I drive to Charlotte, NC to catch Amtrak’s Carolinian and take that to NYC. In fact I’m going to buy my ticket for my trip in about 2 weeks from today. The train sells out fast. I love riding o the Northeast Corridor!! I have also ridden on the Southwest Chief out of Kansas City, to Chicago, and the Lake Shore Limited from Chicago to NYC. I loved it!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *