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Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

April 14, 2015

National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)
60 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Dear Amtrak,

Recently I had the displeasure of flying. Sure, it seems like magic to cross the entire ocean in 8 hours, but it also seems like hubris. Defying gravity and hurtling through time and space is no way to go through life if you ask me. I vowed my next trip would be by train or tramp steamer. Unfortunately, there don’t really seem to be any of the latter still in service, so it looks like train it is!

As you can tell from my address I live in the middle of Iowa. I would like to visit Boston and maybe Quebec. I think getting on a train would be a damn fine way to see the world! So what I would like to know is do they still have private cars available? If I am going to do this I want a sleeper car with all the amenities like a bathroom and wireless internet. It would also be nice if meals were provided, but I figure if need be I can bring my own cook.

I’m looking into booking sometime this year, so if you could let me know if my plans are feasible that would be great. Otherwise I will probably end up flying again.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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60 Massachusetts Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20002


April 22, 2015

PO BOX 546
AMES IA 50010

Dear Mr. Jorgensen:

Thank you for your recent correspondence.

We are delighted to learn that you want to travel with us.  Enclosed is your Amtrak Time Table that you requested if you have any questions you can contact us via the web at or by calling 1-800-USA-RAIL.



Neekal Cherry
Customer Relations Specialist

Case #: 3001852

AMTRAK website:

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I’m coming to see you, Brian!

I am planning on being in Boston and New York next month, so if you’re a fan wanting desperately to meet me and to ply me with liquor and fine meals, then be sure to drop me a line. I’ll have a week.

Ave. Q here I come!

By Christopher L. Jorgensen


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