Around the World on Train

Bowen, Jamie
March 2011
Diplomatic Courier;Spring2011, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p62
An introduction to the article "Around the World on Train," by Jamie Bowen, which features train lines that continue to capture globe-trotters looking adventure at a different pace.


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