Around the mall...don't judge ya know you would have done it too
I went from Buffalo, NY to NYC on Amtrak.
The shortest distance I travelled was Strasburg PA to Paradise PA
From the Jersey Shore to Buffalo.
I've only ridden on a train one time and that was from Wheaton, IL, to downtown Chicago. Have no idea how far that was.
St. Louis, mo to pontiac, mi.
1000 years ago....
Probably all over Europe on a 30 day Eurail pass back in the 70's. In the states, San Francisco to Seattle.
Probably just to the city and back. It usually takes twice as long to travel by train to anywhere far than by car or plane. Mostly because of all the stops. I wish there were trains that were nonstop high speed point to point lines that went from NY to LA all the time and they were cheaper than planes so I could just be like peace out bitches
San Diego to LA and back.
From SW Florida to Virginia, to pick up my car and dog after sailing here. That trip from Wiesbaden, Germany to Berlin on a rickety Army train seemed about as far, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't.
I didn't keep track, sadly
Colorado Springs to LA.
I joined the Air Force in 1963 and rode a train from Los Angeles, CA to Lackland AFB, TX. After boot camp I rode a train to Keesler AFB, MS. Six years later I rode a steam train in an amusement park. Those are the only times I have ridden a train.
Cross country train ride for $213