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Many Americans have a romanticized view of trains, rooted in a bygone era of elaborately adorned rail cars lit by flickering gas lamps and pulled by smoke-belching steam locomotives.

Many Americans have a romanticized view of trains, rooted in a bygone era of elaborately adorned rail cars lit by flickering gas lamps and pulled by smoke-belching steam locomotives.


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Alan Huffman is an American author and journalist.[1] He is the author of five nonfiction books, three of which deal with history related to the American South. He is notable as an opposition researcher.



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