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October 28, 2013 5:00 AM

Without federal aid, Amtrak could leave rural areas behind

They’re among the last holdovers from the golden age of American train travel, but the changing relationship between the federal government and the states could mean the end of the line for some of Amtrak’s long-distance routes.

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