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Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

What makes the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad unique? We talk with President and CEO Joe Mazur about Budd passenger cars, newly-acquired ex-California Zephyr cars, and what makes their partnership with the National Park Service succeed.

Spirit Railcar

Our car has departed the United States. Dan Smoley took the car with him to Australia! Here the car is at the Puffing Billy Railway. We look forward to seeing where else in Australia it will travel!

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3 thoughts on “Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

  1. Daniel

    My favorite streamliner is probably Canadian Pacific Royal Hudson 2860, I got to see it and donated the funds needed for the rebuild

  2. andrew Dietrick

    My favorite Steamliner would be the Pennsylinvia Railroads Broadway Limted Being a Pennsy Guy I loved the Broadway Limted with the Classic tuscon Red and Yellow Pin stripes on there e7 and e8s and the K4 Locos that pulled the Limited till the End of steam espalley PRR 1361 which is now being Overhauled at the Railroaders Memorial Museums Roundhouse in Altoona Pa

  3. Nick Chillianis

    I enjoyed the episode, but I started laughing about 1/3 of the way in. Mr. Mazur needs to find another superlative besides “unique”. I lost track of how many times he said it, often multiple times in the same breath. If it had been a drinking game, I would have succumbed to alcohol poisoning.

    Also, and this is a pet peave for me, but something is either unique or it isn’t. It cannot be qualified or quantified. It is incorrect to say “more unique”, “less unique” etc.

    Keep up the good work, Nick. Your shows are very informative and a pleasure to listen to.

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