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*'''[[Rail travel in the United States]]'''
 
*'''[[Rail travel in the United States]]'''
 
*'''[[Rail travel in Canada]]'''
 
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Rail travel in [[Mexico]] and [[Central America]] is explained on the corresponding articles.
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Rail travel in [[Mexico#By train|Mexico]] and [[Central America]] is explained on the corresponding articles.
  
 
==International pass==
 
==International pass==
  
If you are interested in rail travel in the U.S. and Canada there is the North American Rail Pass you may be interested in.
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The North America Rail Pass has been discontinued.
  
* '''North America Rail Pass''' [http://www.amtrak.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Amtrak/am2Copy/Hot_Deals_Page&c=am2Copy&cid=1081442673918&ssid=295] (Amtrak) [http://www.viarail.ca/planner/en_cart_amno.html] (VIA Rail) allows for unlimited travel within a 30 consecutive day period. The pass allows for travel on most of VIA Rail and Amtrak's  45,000 kilometer (28,000 miles) rail network. The pass costs $709 in the off-peak season and $999 in the peak season.
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The pass does have some restrictions:
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# You must embark on at least one trip between the U.S. and Canada.
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# You must also travel on both an Amtrak train and a VIA Rail train.
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# Your last trip must end by midnight on the last night the pass is valid.
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# You may ''only'' use ''four'' one way passes on any one particular leg.
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Latest revision as of 20:35, 14 September 2010

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Rail travel in Mexico and Central America is explained on the corresponding articles.

International pass[edit]

The North America Rail Pass has been discontinued.


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