The Olympics are delayed to next year, but the new bullet train designed for it has gone into service as the world's fastest.
An unusual partnership between grape farmers and Japan Railways gives Shiojiri a most unusual station.
A research institute has proposed a vast new network of ultra-speed trains to aid in economic recovery and environmental improvement.
Almost hidden behind a modern replacement, Prague's Art Nouveau main station is a treasure.
As borders re-open in Europe, three rail systems are able to restart direct service from Berlin to Vienna to Prague.
Switzerland's trains are back to normal, but their passengers—and the government—are cautious about using them.
Rail service in New Mexico can look forward to a boost as a new ownership group takes over a historic line.
Every New York subway line has its own character; Jonathan L begins an exploration of what's at their ends, starting with his home line.
Classic railway promotion posters from the 1930s have been republished to remind travelers not to come back—yet.
Sweden's plan for an overnight sleeper to Cologne has now been extended to Brussels—but Germany may have lost its enthusiasm for the project.
Jonathan L takes a ride through the Catskills on the Delaware & Ulster RR
Storks can be obstinate, as Dutch rail operators find them unwilling to get out of the way of train service.
In a move that mixes the virus crisis with long-term dissatisfaction with Britain's rail system, the government has ordered a temporary takeover.
Housed in an old subway station in Downtown Brooklyn, the Transit Museum tells as much about the city's history as it does about trains.
Amtrak's shiny new high-speed trains crossed the country to a test site; keep your eyes open for their return!