Is Chicago the best place to ride trains?
many subway/elevated lines
many commuter lines
Amtrak hub for the rest of the U.S.
In a worldwide top 10 list for "place to ride trains" would be no U.S. city. There would be only places in Asia and Europe. NYC might barely make it in a top 20. But certainly no other place in U.S.
Let's make a top 10/20 list, mah /n/igras.
Which place would be number one? Tokyo?
Also interesting contenders could be Amsterdam with it's many train and tram lines, Paris with it's huge Metro and beautiful terminus stations, Zurich also has loads of train and tram lines.
The South Shore line is pretty much on the top of my list of American rail-related destinations.
They decked that over mate.
London's speedy and the trains are nice, it's definitely better for commuting. But the only time when you can actually see anything is when you're in the suburbs (or using DLR). Much as it pains my bong heart to say it, Chicago is better for riding trains for pleasure, since they elevated their railways rather than putting them into tube so that you can see the sights, even if the trains are pleb-tier.
Even after 3200 series rehab, the roofboards stayed on
>riding trains for pleasure
I want to do this sometimes, but I simply can't justify going on a train without having place I already need to go to. Plus I don't wanna sound autistic when someone asks what I did on the weekend.
No, London is.
>trains to everywhere in the UK
Shame it's a shithole though.
The western US is my favorite place to ride trains. Pic related, it's me.