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All Aboard The California Zephyr

Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR News
Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR News
Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR)
Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR News Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR News Laurel MacBride holds her great-nephew, Rory Fuller, and sits next to her brother, Dexter MacBride, east of Grand Junction on the California Zephyr. (Stina Sieg/CPR)

Amtrak’s California Zephyr travels nearly 2,500 miles between Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area. And right in the middle? Colorado.

Colorado Public Radio’s Stina Sieg decided to ride the train all the way across the state and back and she brings us along.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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