Best Trains podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Lets Talk Trains
Monthly
 
Freight, Passenger, Trolleys, Light Rail, Museums, as long as it is rail/train related, we talk about it!
 
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Trains Magazine
Weekly
 
Trains Magazine is the worlds, largest, most popular, and all around most innovative magazine about railroads and trains. Our special focus is on North America.
 
We Don't Allow No Stting Down In Here......Not your run of the mill stufffrom Ska, Reggae,Funk, Soul, Disco, Boogie to Jazz Funk, Lovers Rock and Roots you will find it all here on my pods
 
Derailed Trains of Thought is a podcast about writing, film making, and everything in between. Hosted by Timothy Deal (filmmaker) and Nick Hayden (writer), Derailed Trains of Thought is at heart a podcast about storytelling in all its various forms.
 
Bex and Dan from Fun Kids learn all about the future of Britain's railways, from signals to trains and tracks!
 
Glimpses into the lives of strangers on the tube.
 
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Between 2 Trains
Monthly
 
Podcast by Between 2 Trains
 
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Trains of Japan
Daily+
 
 
Trains of Thought Productions is an online platform where a group of friends gather to produce a variety of content. TOTP currently produces two podcasts on both Soundcloud and Itunes.Flashback Forecast - Flashback Forecast is a show where two friends in two different states review and discuss the current lineup of CW DCTV shows. Each week they highlight their favorite actors, moments, and elements of production.
 
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Join us for a special edition of LTT as Skip Waters and Chris Guenzler review the trips and events from the 2018 NRHS Annual Convention held in Cumberland, MD. Trips were taken in three states of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Hear about each event our hosts were part of and relive the events that took place. Please listen to Chris G ...…
 
This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Brian Schmidt discuss upcoming steam excursions, commuter rail controversy, a Trains Magazine retirement, and much more!
 
Brian Solomon talks with David Swirk, the new owner of the legendary Conway Scenic Railway in New Hampshire.
 
Hear the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Jim and Steve discuss Canadian National's order for 60 new locomotives; the Hudson Bay Railway has a new owner; CSX executives predict one-person crews, and much more!Be sure to share your news tips with the staff at newswire@trainsmag.com!…
 
This episode we will hear from the owner of 3411 Coworking the premier office space for entreprenuers. Now one year in business, Marguarette Diep tells her story to Between2Trains host Van Pappas and special guest Co-Host David Carter.https://www.3411coworking.com/
 
This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor David Lassen high water is Wisconsin, Southwest Chief controversy, a colorful boxcar, and much more!
 
Beebe and Clegg are names synonymous with early railroad photography and familiar to most any railfan today. Brian talks with photographer and author John Gruber about their legacy in the 21st century.
 
Brian has a lively chat with Trains' designers: Art Director Tom Danneman and Senior Graphic Designer Drew Halverson about railroad photography, train-watching out West, and the cameras they use.
 
Brian Solomon sits down with Trains' passenger columnist Bob Johnston and retired Amtrak engineer Craig Willett to talk about the national passenger carrier. This is the first in a multi-part conversation.
 
Trains' columnist Brian Solomon interviews Associate Editor Brian Schmidt in his inaugural podcast. Learn about Solomon's new book on European railroads and his background as a professional railfan.
 
Sound. It's all around us--and it plays an important, if often overlooked, role in many of our stories. So Timothy and Nick decide to give sound its due.Then, because it's our 90th episode, we share a aurally-enhanced Bit of Story and step into a especially calming corner of Youtube in a scalp-tingling It Came from the Intrawebs.Shut out the wo ...…
 
This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor David Lassen discuss Trains' annual preservation award, the Southwest Chief saga, a horse on a train, and much more!
 
Trains Editors discuss all the rail news that is fit to publish for the week of Aug. 17, 2018. This week, Jim and Steve talk about the return to steam for Santa Fe 4-8-4 No. 2926, progress on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad re-building, LA Metro body scanners, and more! Only from Trains!…
 
From an idea of a Bridal store to a triving monopoly of businesses Carrie Huyett talks to B2T about her 3 companies on Broad Street in Downtown Chamblee.
 
Trains Editors talk about all the rail news that is fit to publish for the week of Aug. 10, 2018.This week's topics include a Norfolk Southern train crash in Pittsburgh; the police report about the fatal pedestrian accident with Union Pacific No. 844; Boy Scouts on the Southwest Chief, and more! Only from Trains.…
 
Trains Associate Editor S. Sweeney and author Brian Solomon talk about all the rail news that is fit to publish for the week of Aug. 3, 2018. This week's topics include, Durango & Silverton's announced purchase of two diesel locomotives, Amtrak cooperates with a video game maker for a Northeast Corridor simulator, the Brian's Railway Guide to E ...…
 
https://www.factoryatlanta.events/ Regina Weir tells B2T about her start up event space business. https://www.linkedin.com/in/regina-weir-7aa811b/
 
Trains Associate Editors Brian Schmidt and S. Sweeney talk about their favorite historic and modern railroads in this inaugural Trains podcast.
 
This week, Associate Editor Steve Sweeney talks about Union Pacific 844 incident, the Red Devil, another Durango & Silverton disruption, Class I railroad earnings, and much more!
 
See the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss Colorado narrow gauge troubles, Class I railroad operating ratios, Canadian locomotive variety, and much more!
 
Kathy Kinev of Jewel Creations teaches B2T about the jewelry design business and what people should do with the jewelry you inherit when a loved one passes. http://jewelcreations.com/
 
Hear the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss Amtrak hot food service, the Durango & Silverton's return to steam, the metal carnage that was the Indiana Transportation Museum, and much more!Be sure to share your news tips with the staff at newswire@trainsm ...…
 
You have a story. Now you have a choice. Will you tell it visually, aurally, or textually? Is it long form or short? Does it lean into the constraints of the form or against it? And why does it matter?This episode, Timothy and Nick examine the relationship between message and medium, between style and story. Then, because it just fits, we follo ...…
 
Listen to the Trains News crew talk about all the rail news that is fit to publish. This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney talk about crumbling rail infrastructure in New York; the carnage of desconstructing the Indiana Transportation Museum near Indianapolis; and how much certain railroads are willing to pay to hire new ...…
 
B2T sits down with Andy Lasky and Taylor Smith. They share their views on business in Downtown Chamblee
 
Listen to the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss CSX Transportation's new intermodal terminal in North Carolina, a Soo LIne steam locomotive controversy, Chicago Union Station, and more! Only from Trains!
 
See the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss reopenings in Oregon and Colorado, derailments in Wisconsin and Indiana, investment in British Columbia, and much more!
 
This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor David Lassen discuss Amtrak's private car rules of conduct, troubled Colorado tourist railroads, a loss in railroad preservation, and much more!
 
Mike Kirschner and Butch Morris of Piedmont Bank tell B2T about their involvement with the Chamblee Town Center project.
 
Join us for a special edition of LTT as Skip Waters and Chris Guenzler review the trips and events from the 2017 NRHS Annual Convention held in Nashville, Tenneesee. Trips were taken in three states of Georgia, Kentucky and Tennesee. Hear about each event our hosts were part of and relive the events that took place.…
 
This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Senior Graphic Designer Drew Halverson discuss a major fire out west, Amtrak's menu adjustments and network review, ore trains in the Midwest, and much more!
 
So, you've created something. Great job. Don't you know that someone else has already done it better and that you're a sorry excuse for an artist and that you'll never compare with the greats out there?Truth is "creatives" always compare themselves to others. Timothy and Nick discuss this aspect of the artist's life in this month's Story School ...…
 
This week, Trains Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss all the rail news that is fit to publish. Topics include the Union Pacific office car special over Norfolk Southern's Horsehoe Curve, CSX Transportation's industry-best operating ratio, Amtrak reconstruction at New York Penn Station, and more!…
 
Lindsey Cambardella is the new CEO of Translation Station located at: 3460 Chamblee Dunwoody Way, Chamblee, GA 30341. Between2Trains talks with Lindsey about her women entrepreneur group call The Village.http://translationstation.com/
 
Your host is Skip Waters, organizer of the 13th Annual "24 Hours @ Saginaw" 2018, a 24 hour railwatching event sponsored by the North Texas Chapter, NRHS. Joining us will be local guests attending "24 Hours @ Saginaw" as we share the fun and exciting activities happening at the Saginaw Chamber of Commerce depot in Saginaw, Texas. Lots to hear a ...…
 
This week, Associate Editor Brian Schmidt and Associate Editor David Lassen discuss CP's pending labor vote, narrow gauge steam spectacle in Colorado, a days-late Canadian, and much more!
 
Listen to the Trains staff comment on the week in rail news. This week, Trains Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss Ron Batory's testimony on positive train control, Norfolk Southern re-opening DeButts Yard hump in Tennessee, Brightline service to Miami in Florida, and much more!
 
Listen to the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 No. 4014; Pennsylvania Railroad K-4 4-6-2 No. 1361; Amtrak, and much more!
 
Listen to the Trains Magazine staff give its take on the week's news. This week, Editor Jim Wrinn and Associate Editor Steve Sweeney discuss derailments in Indiana, Kentucky and Texas; Amtrak's steam policies with regard to Nickle Plate Road 2-8-4 No. 764, Milwaukee Road 4-8-4 No. 261, the New River Train; Wheel Rail Interaction news, and much ...…
 
Between2Trains gets the exclusive product promo in this great episode with Jeff Hill and Greg Burke from Remote Home Check.
 
Whether it's through a portal, across the sea, among the stars, or deep into the earth, we all dream of going on an adventure. That's why so many stories are concerned with adventures, and why Timothy and Nick tackle the genre--along with guest Greg Meyer.Then in part two, we take a look at the world of comics, in the floppies, on TV, and on th ...…
 
Dan meets Chris Binns, one of the engineers behind London’s new Crossrail line.
 
Bex and Dan think about all the ways the rail network will change – and how this will make positive changes for everyone.
 
Bex and Dan think about how some cool new technology could help trains of the future.
 
The London Underground is a great way to get around – but it can be quite a hot and sweaty experience! Bex and Dan find out what can be done to cool things down.
 
New technology can be used to find faults on the track – but when it comes to fixing things, it still needs help from some very heavy machinery!
 
There has always been a need to take good care of the railways but the ways that maintenance is undertaken are changing. Bex and Dan find out more about how faults on the network are detected.
 
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