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Fall Foliage Train Tour

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I am looking for a short fall foliage tour. Last year I was forwarded a magazine that highlighted a five day fall foliage train tour on Amtrak, I think? You spent the nights on the train with two exceptions. It left from Chicago and went all over New England. The main highlight of the tour was the train and the view.

I cannot for the life of me find that tour this year! Am I looking in the wrong place? I don't still have the magazine and all of the tours on the Amtrak website this year are for nine days or more and the train is only for hauling you from Point A to Point B.

Does anyone have any suggestions for how to do this fall tour this year and what would be the best time to try it? I live in the Southern United States so I am an easy drive or plane ride to most any East Coast departure point.

Thanks!

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