Our next article is almost ready to go. In it, we'll take you on the first fully coordinated train/plane journey from New York to Los Angeles. We'll start out on the Pennsylvania Railroad on July 7, 1929. The next morning in Columbus, Ohio, we'll board a Ford Tri-Motor aircraft of Transcontinental Air Transport (the predecessor to TWA) and continue west. Getting there will be half the fun, as we'll provide interesting history, observations and information, along the way. We hope you'll come along!
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While you're waiting, here's a short video to prepare you for the trip. You've probably never heard of Waynoka, Oklahoma, but you'll know it well soon!