About Trains magazine subscription
Trains Magazine is for the train and railroad enthusiast. Each issue includes colorful articles about railroading, analyzing industry trends, developments, and hobby trains. Trains Magazine has something for everyone. Learn about today’s freight trains, passenger trains, or transit trains. Read about locomotives, technology, and stories about the past railroad system. Read cutting edge reports on advances in the rail transit and locomotives. Maps, photography and more are included in each magazine.
There is nothing like the sound of a train whistle, especially in the evening. It brings a longing of travel and visiting faraway places. Rest and relaxation, or adventure and excitement. Something for everyone!
Each issue includes interviews and news from seasoned railroaders. Each month, a train is highlighted, such as steam locomotives or the Amtrak. Pictures and information is provided to those excited in the railroading business. Prefer shortline trains? These are included too.
Find out about contests and sweepstakes. You may be the next winner!
Old railroads are highlighted monthly in the “Railroading’s ghosts” section. Learn about past railroading with featured locomotives and railways, such as the Missouri Pacific or the Pacific Dwight D. Eisenhower railway. Details and facts are provided with pictures and detailed maps. Find out where old engines are kept and get information where to visit museums where they have been housed.
Learn how trains are constructed from the manufacturer’s themselves. Detailed pictures and descriptions included in the articles along with track maps. Discover how the locomotive is maintained and kept running smoothly.
More people read Trains Magazine than any other train magazine in the world with over 650,000 subscribers. A year’s subscription will give you access to the railroad map archive, news on new and old trains, video interviews, locomotive rosters, and access to live railroading web cams. You can even get the magazine digitally. Who could ask for more?